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Lazyparser automates the parsing of arguments

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Description

The lazyparser module automates the parsing of arguments. This module is based on argparse developped by Steven J. Bethard.

The lazyparser was written in python 3.5 with the version 1.4.0 of argparse. It is compatible with python 3.5 or higher.

Documentation

The documentation is available on https://nfontrodona.github.io/Lazyparser/lazyparser.html. The documentation was created with sphinx (v 1.7). To build the documentation, clone the project repository, go in the doc folder and type :

make html

This will create a folder doc/build/html. This folder will contain a file named index.html. Double click on it to open the documentation with your web browser.

Installation

To install lazyparser, run :

pip install lazyparser

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