CmdOption is a simple annotation-driven command line parser toolkit for Java 5 applications. Everything you need is (at least one) simple configuration object. Each field and method annotated with an CmdOption annotation will be processed. Based on this config, CmdOption is able to parse any command line, guaranteeing the declared specification. The result is directly stored in the given config object. When errors occur, CmdOption gives a meaningful error message. Generated output and validation/error message can be localized.
|Tags||Java command line argument parsing|
|Operating Systems||all Java capable systems Windows Linux Mac OS X|
|Implementation||Java 1.5+ SBuild|
Release Notes: This release fixes a visibility bug, makes the OptionHandle class public, adds JavaDoc, and improves debugging support.
Release Notes: This release adds an IntegerHandler which supports Integer and int values for fields and methods. The line length for the usage formatter is now configurable via a constructor parameter of DefaultUsageFormatter. Debug output has improved.
Release Notes: This release adds improved support for inherited configuration classes. CmdOption is now able to set all inherited annotated fields and methods, even if they are private. The handler for Boolean options has been improved and now better supports setter methods.
Release Notes: This release adds localization support for output and configuration. It has enhanced configuration and validation capabilities so that options can require or conflict with other options when selected. It has an additional "AboutLine" to the usage formatter, adds a new URL parser, and makes some other internal improvements. The build system was migrated to SBuild, to build faster and also automatically merge translations and create releases.
Release Notes: This is the first release under the de.tototec.cmdoption brand. The release date was 2012-03-07. CmdOption 0.1.0 brings a lot of new features, most notably commands support and better usage display. Besides the namespace change from de.tobiasroeser.cmdoption to de.tototec.cmdoption, the @CmdOption no longer has the longName and shortName attributes, but now supports any number of names with the names attribute.