CMDSyntax is a library for parsing command line arguments according to a syntax definition, returning dictionaries which contain the values supplied by the user and rejecting inconsistent user input.
It can assist in managing large numbers of options in cases where various combinations of options are forbidden, or have undefined meanings.
In addition, the library supports the creation of a graphical form interface using the same syntax definition for cases where a command line interface is inappropriate.
Author: David Boddie firstname.lastname@example.org Version: 0.52 (2nd May 2002) URL: http://david.boddie.org.uk/Projects/Python/CMDSyntax License: MIT-style license
<P><A HREF="http://david.boddie.org.uk/Projects/Python/CMDSyntax"> CMDSyntax 0.52</A> - a library for parsing command line arguments according to a syntax definition. (02-May-02)
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