How to read them?
What are best practices?
I’m not finding a lot out there in the DotNet world explaining this very well.
GNU/Linux/Perl -- yeah, that’s fine. Lots of good info and libraries.
InstallContext object will parse
string args into a neat
What’s not so neat is that there is no simple method to convert the dotnet 1.0
StringDictionary into the more modern generic
Dictionary<string,string>. It’s not tough, just requires some custom coding each time. Annoying.
InstallContext does seem.... weird, and requires an explicit reference to the
http://www.ndesk.org/Options - has 3.0 features, but can still be used with 2.0.... hrm.
I have a (private) gist that needs to be cleaned up, showing usage.
This interesting library uses LINQ, which is nice, but since I still do a lot of work in 2.0 environments, that is not a great option for me.
The GnuGetOp port looks interesting, (but) high-powered, and I couldn’t make any headway on the docs in the first five minutes. I don’t ask that I can use the full power of a library immediately, but if I don’t understand a thing after five minutes, I’ll go somewhere else.