The GAA Argument Analyser helps programmers to analyze the arguments given to their program from the command line or from a configuration file. You will only have to write a text file in GAA language, and GAA will provide you .c and .h files to manage arguments.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that occurred in gaa.skel while reading options from a file.
Release Notes: Support was added for options which contain the '-' character, such as "--hello-there". The GETTEXT_STRINGS option was corrected.
Release Notes: A bug in the parser has been fixed (now works with bison > 1.28). Support for files that contain carriage returns has been added. This release uses standard C library functions for file IO. The default output files are file_gaa.c and file_gaa.h. A new C declarations section has been added. There is better error reporting. A GETTEXT_STRINGS instruction has been added for use with gettext.
Release Notes: Bug fixed for programs that don't use "REST".
Release Notes: Very big bug fixed with the gaa configuration files