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Templatized command-line argument parser for C++

This package provides a simple C++ library that facilitates parsing command-line arguments in a type-independent manner. The functionality is provided via template header files, so no actual library is included.
Package version:1.2.0-1


TCLAP - Templatized Command Line Argument Parser

This is a simple C++ library that facilitates parsing command line
arguments in a type independent manner.  It doesn't conform exactly
to either the GNU or POSIX standards, although it is close.  See
docs/manual.html for descriptions of how things work or look at the
simple examples in the examples dir.

To find out what the latest changes are rea


To generate the manual from the docbook xml you need and xslt processor
and an xsl file that defines the output.  For example:

xsltproc --stringparam html.stylesheet style.css  /Users/mes/software/docbook-xsl-1.71.1/xhtml/docbook.xsl manual.xml > manual.html


4/3/03 -  Checked in a good sized update that move support of the library
closer to that of the POSIX/GNU standards.  Switches can now be combined into
single arguments, -- is supported and MultiArgs now allow for multiple labeled
args.  I've also changed things a bit by subclassing MultiArg and ValueArg
to get unlabeled versions of these classes.  I think this is a bit cleaner
design, despite tw


tclap (1.2.0-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release

  * debian/control: Set Standards-V


2006-02-21  <>
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2005-09-10 19:25  mes5k

	* config/stamp-h1, examples/test2


original author: Michael E. Smoot
invaluable contributions: Daniel Aarno
more contributions: Erik Z


This is the Debian GNU/Linux tclap package, a templated command-line
parsing library which was writt

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