William - thanks. I can use this. Just my style.

t.

William Morgan wrote:
> Dear Rubyists,
>
> I have released Trollop 1.15. This release is dedicated to my fellow wrinkled,
> old-fashioned, out-moded throwbacks who still use the commandline instead of
> clicking on their webapp.
>
> Trollop is a commandline option parser for Ruby that just gets out of your way.
> One line of code per option is all you need to write. For that, you get a nice
> automatically-generated help page, robust option parsing, subcommand support,
> and sensible defaults for everything you don't specify.
>
> It's one file. If you don't want to gem install it, just copy the damn thing
> into your lib/ directory and get off my lawn.
>
> Main page: http://trollop.rubyforge.org
> Release announcements and comments: http://all-thing.net/label/trollop/
>
> == FEATURES/PROBLEMS
>
> - Dirt-simple usage.
> - Sensible defaults. No tweaking necessary, much tweaking possible.
> - Support for long options, short options, short option bundling, and
>   automatic type validation and conversion.
> - Support for subcommands.
> - Automatic help message generation, wrapped to current screen width.
> - Lots of unit tests.
>
> == REQUIREMENTS
>
> * A burning desire to write less code.
>
> == CHANGES in 1.15
>
> * Don't raise an exception when out of short arguments (thanks to Rafael
>   Sevilla for pointing out how dumb this behavior was).
>   


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