Top 20 NuGet process Packages

Final solution for a command-line parser in .Net Check the project page on GitHub for FAQ & usage tips (C#).
A small toolkit for the surprisingly complex issue of managing process arguments.
The C++ Mathematical Expression Toolkit Library (ExprTk) is a simple to use, easy to integrate and extremely efficient run-time mathematical expression parsing and evaluation engine. The parsing engine supports numerous forms of functional and logic processing semantics and is easily extendible.
The C++ Mathematical Expression Toolkit Library (ExprTk) Extra Examples
Lightweight and fast inter-process communication IPC between two partners for .NET / .NETCore 2.0 / .NETStandard 2.0 / UWP. Based on Shared Memory. [512 bytes package in both directions] Remote async and sync calls with response (a la RPC), full-duplex, with the speed of 20 MB/s. Remote async call... prevent process been killed DevLib is a highly reusable collection of components and core functionalities addressing common crosscutting concerns. It provides a comprehensive set of features that save development time, minimize costs, reduce the use of precious test re...
Run methods in separate process
Wrapper for some common .Net operations
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Spawn child processes and communicate with them over Named Pipes in a TPL (Task Parallel Library) way
The Wonga.ServiceTesting.EndpointLauncher that helps with starting and managing lifecycle of external processes used in tests.
Package description
Collection of useful classes for C#
A library to make it easy to run external commands and process the output.
A simple abstraction for running processes
Adds a new type of process with the type name "ExecutableProcess", allowing any type of file to be started straight from the exe that is associated with it's filetype. While you can already start files using "Process.Start", this allows files to be used in the context of the program, allowing "UseSh...
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Allows accessing and watching window titles and states of foreign processes.