Clize 3.0b1: An argument parser that draws a CLI from your function sigature
kaiser.yann at gmail.com
Mon Apr 27 11:02:40 CEST 2015
After a few years in development, I am proud to say Clize is landing its
feet again and is now in beta for an upcoming release.
You can try it out using pip install --user clize=3.0b1 and you can
browse the docs at https://clize.readthedocs.org/
For those who'd like an explanation before clicking links, here's Clize's
5-bullet point explanation:
* Command-line interfaces are created by passing functions to `clize.run`.
* Parameter types are deduced from the functions' parameters.
* A ``--help`` message is generated from your docstrings. (Why does this
still need to be a bullet point?)
* Decorators can be used to reuse functionality across functions.
* Clize can be extended with new parameter behavior.
I am primarily looking for feedback on the documentation contents, and I
need to source a FAQ page, but any feedback is welcome!
If you are into that sort of thing, I've also just set up a G+ community
for it at: https://plus.google.com/communities/101146333300650079362
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