clish – A shell for command line interface.

Usage

Via include

Clish is a header-only library. You do not need to build anything to install. Simply add clish/include to your include path and include clish/clish.h.

Here is a small demo.

#include "clish/clish.h"

using namespace std;

int main(int argc, char** argv)
{
    clish::clish cl;

    auto foo = [](std::vector<std::string>){ std::cout << "Hello." << std::endl; };

    std::function<void(std::vector<std::string>)> standard_lambda_foo = foo;

    cl.registerCommand("::Foo", standard_lambda_foo);

    cl.run();

    return 0;
}

If you save this in hello.cpp, then you could compile this with :

g++ -std=c++11 -I[YOUR_PATH_TO_CLISH] hello.cpp -o hello

Running ./hello would then produce a shell with internal command ::Foo

>>> ::Foo
Hello.

Via CMake

You cam use clish in your CMake project by add_subdirectory command.

add_subdirectory([YOUR_PATH_TO_CLISH])

target_link_libraries([YOUR_PROJECT] PRIVATE clish::clish)

demo

demo

Dependencies

Thanks for Tessil’s hat-trie. It provide a trie with high profermance, and I’ve include hat-trie in this project.

GitHub

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