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October 25, 2006 / Bob Black

Command-Line Goodness

I’m in the process of writing a “RunAs” command-line utility that will execute an app using a set of login credentials provided by a third-party application. That’s fuel for another post, but I found this awesome command-line parser written by uber-coder Ray Hayes. With Ray’s class library all you have to do to parse your args is decorate your properties with a simple .Net attribute, and all of the un-fun stuff is done automagically.

Simple. Elegant. I like it a lot.

If you’re doing any command-line development, you’ve got to check this out.


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