132 packages returned for Tags:"commandline"

ConsoleFx is a framework to build command-line applications, with support for command-line argument parsing and handling, including built-in error handling and validation support. This is the binary package for the ConsoleFx core, which provides a fluent API for creating command-line applications.... More information
ChildProcesses - Child Process Management for .NET
ChildProcesses is a child process management library for the .NET Framework. It allows to create child processes, and provides bidirectional extendable interprocess communication based on WCF and NamedPipes out of the box. Child and parent processes monitor each other and notify about... More information
Generic Helpers
A series of utilities. The documentation can be found on http://www.kendar.org/?p=/dotnet/helpers/generichelpers. AssembliesManager: Load asssemblies, seek for types and interfaces CommandLineParser: Parse command line and environment variables for an easy usage Crontab: A timer based... More information
  • 3,946 total downloads
  • last updated 12/10/2016
  • Latest version: 1.1.2.38
  • CLI C# Commandline
A thin helper layer to make Microsoft.Extensions.CommandLineUtils easier to work with
CmdR is a simple command routing framework for console applications, giving you a simple way of routing commands to an Action which will perform your apps logic. This helps introduce a separation between your apps logic and the code to drive the input-parse-execute loop. CmdR works as a simple... More information
Trove Unofficial Command Line Parser
The Command Line Parser Library offers to CLR applications a simple programming interface for manipulating command line input. This library allows you to display an help screen with a good degree of customization. This API tries to keep on his shoulders all that is boring and repetitive to be... More information
Narvalo Model-View-Presenter (MVP) framework
Features a MVP framework largely inspired by WebFormsMvp. Contrary to WebFormsMvp, it is not restricted to the WebForms platform; nevertheless, featurewise, it should be on par with it. Samples are available on the project web site.
Convention-based method execution from the console for C#. Includes dependency-injection support and a console formatting api that supports indenting, wrapping etc.