24 days of Rust – clap

clap is a fantastic Rust library
for Command Line Argument Parsing. It’s both
easy to use and powerful – in the spirit of Rust philosophy – you get what
you pay for. Simple CLI options are simple to define, while complex schemes
(think git level of comple…

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