PHPOptparse -- A command-line option parser for PHP
PHPOptparse is a PHP port of Python's optparse module. Its interface tries to be as similar as possible to that of its Python counterpart.
How to use
Simply drop the optparse.php file in your project directory and include() it. Then, create an OptionParser object and add options with the add_option() method. When all options are set up, parse the options with the parse_args() method. The object returned from parse_args will contain all the values from the command line as attributes corresponding to names given to the "dest" parameter to add_option().
// called with: ./my_program -b 4 $option_parser = new OptionParser(array("version"=>"meuh 1.2.3", "description" => "lalla", "epilog"=>"patate")); $option_parser->add_option(array( "-b", "--booh", "dest" => "gah", "metavar" => "<the thing>", "type" => "int" )); $options = $option_parser->parse_args($argv); // here $options->gah contains 4
Running the tests
The 't' directory contains unit tests for classes contained in the PHPOptparse library. To run the tests, use phpunit in the following manner:
The PHPOptparse library is licensed under the GNU GPLv2. The full license text should be shipped with the code in a file named LICENSE. If not, you can find the full text online at the following URL: