applicative-splice VS optparse-applicative

Compare applicative-splice vs optparse-applicative and see what are their differences.


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applicative-splice optparse-applicative
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0.0 5.9
about 8 years ago 3 months ago
Haskell Haskell
LicenseRef-PublicDomain BSD 3-clause "New" or "Revised" License
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.


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What are some alternatives?

When comparing applicative-splice and optparse-applicative you can also consider the following projects:

par-dual - :repeat: ParDual class for a Parallel <-> Sequential relationship

optparse-generic - Auto-generate a command-line parser for your datatype

optparse-declarative - Declarative command-line option parser

blucontrol - Configurable blue light filter

bench - Command-line benchmark tool


CMQ - Cwmwl Message Queue


filepath - Haskell FilePath core library

envy - :angry: Environmentally friendly environment variables


repl-toolkit - Toolkit for quickly whipping up command-line interfaces.