Rasper - Node.js parse argument options make ease.

Node.js parse argument options make ease.

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Why it's awesome

Rasper transforms command arguments into an easy-to-use formatted object. Flags will be converted into key-value. If there is define flag without value the result will be assumed to be true. Boolean-looking arguments always will be returned as booleans. Numeric-looking arguments always will be returned as numbers. _ contains all arguments that didn't have an flag associated.

Getting Started

Install with npm

$ npm install rasper

Install with Yarn

$ yarn add rasper

Run with npx (without installing)

$ npx rasper

Usage

// cli.js
const argv = require('rasper')
console.dir(argv)

// console
$ pwa-installer dist/**/*.html -f 3 -n -o 4 foo bar baz --manifest --config=pwa.config.js 2 4 -f=99
{
  _: [ 'dist/**/*.html', 'foo', 'bar', 'baz', 2, 4 ],
  n: true,
  o: 4,
  manifest: true,
  config: 'pwa.config.js',
  f: 99
}

Note: If you don't provide an argument process.argv.slice(1) is defined by default.

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License

Designed with ♥ by CJ Patoilo. Licensed under the MIT License.

Rasper

Node.js parse argument options make ease.

Rasper Info

⭐ Stars 14
🔗 Homepage cjpatoilo.com
🔗 Source Code github.com
🕒 Last Update a year ago
🕒 Created 4 years ago
🐞 Open Issues 0
➗ Star-Issue Ratio Infinity
😎 Author cjpatoilo