Top 20 NuGet arguments Packages
CommandLine Parser Library lets you easily define strongly typed command line arguments, allows automatic parsing of command line arguments and mapping the values to properties of your objects.
Simple library capable of parsing out command line arguments. Very easy to use api and examples provided
The Clux library is intended to help C# developers provide a rich, detailed command-line user-experience with minimal effort
Cauldron.Consoles is a Cauldron.Core based parameter parser which supports grouping of parameters in execution groups. It is also supports localization and has a nice parameter table :) Breaking changes in 3.1.x - See https://github.com/Capgemini/Cauldron for more information.
Fully managed library providing convenience methods to perform argument checks. Thrower allows to write preconditions in a pretty lean way, which reduces the clutter at the beginning of each method by removing the need to use the cumbersome 'if true then throw ex' required to validate parameters. Fo...
SmartCon is a small collection of console tools for .NET. Offers processing of commandline arguments with different flavours of commandline switches.
AtleX.CommandLineArguments is a helper library to facilitate parsing command line arguments into a strongly-typed object. Values can be validated with extensible and customisable validators and the library can automatically generate help for the user.
Command line parser for .NET. Parses command line parameters into custom POCO objects. forked from (https://github.com/little-sharps/args) 1.1.2
C# ArgsManager is easy library to implement options/switches support in your console app
Provides a re-factoring and re-imagining of the Code Fixes elements deployed in the default Analysis and Code Fixes project template. This particular assembly focuses on Code Fixes only as part of that re-factoring effort.
Guardian. Mostly of null values. An unobtrusive, lightweight, guard clause source code package: less than 300 lines of code. Should be used like this: Guard.Against.Null(() => parameter); May be extended like this: Guard.Against.Empty(() => collection); Possibly the best t...