Announcing ClapMe version 0.1.3


Hi all,

I’d like to announce the 0.1.3 release of clapme. The big new feature of this release is a guide to clapme.

ClapMe is a non-customizable, typesafe, easy-to-use, and DRY way to specify the command-line flags for your executable. You just create a type (typically a struct), derive the ClapMe trait, and then call a method on that type to parse your flags, which returns an object of the desired type. Internally, ClapMe uses clap, which gives great error messages and other neat features (thus the name of the ClapMe trait).