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      ccbuild - A strict developer's build utility
      Copyright (C) 2005  A. Bram Neijt <bneijt@gmail.com>

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//Arguments list singleton. There to make sure we only load Arguments once

#ifndef _Arguments_H_INCLUDED_
#define _Arguments_H_INCLUDED_

#include <string>
#include <map>
#include <vector>
#include <iosfwd>

namespace bneijt

\brief Arguments singleton. Gives simple access to the give program arguments

First initialize the singleton with options and the commandline arguments.

Arguments can be tested using the functions flagged, value and rest.
Options should be a 3xN array of character pointers, ending in {0,0,0}. Options are defined with:
{"flagges and long names, space seperated", "valuename, if any", "Help text explaning what the option is."}

  WARNING: Arguments only supports up to 39 long options currently! See the TODO in Arguments.cc

\section example Example of use
#include "Arguments/Arguments.hh"
#include <iostream>

#include <vector>

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
      using namespace bneijt;
      using namespace std;

      Arguments::Option options[] = {
        {"f force-update", "", "Force an update"},
            {"a add", "<file to add>", "Add something to a list"},
        {"b", "[maybe]", "Force an update"},
        {0, 0, 0}

      Arguments::initialize(options, argc, argv);
      Arguments &args = Arguments::getInstance();
            cout << "Add: " << args.value("a") <<"\n";

      if(args.errors().size() > 0)
            vector<string> &err = args.errors();

            foreach(e, err)
                  cout << "ERROR: " << (*e) << "\n";

      if(args.rest().size() > 0)
            vector<string> &err = args.rest();

            foreach(e, err)
                  cout << "REST: " << (*e) << "\n";

      args.destroy();   //Destroy the instance.

      return 0;

00099 class Arguments
00101             std::map<std::string, bool * > d_flags;   ///<The flags and their link to the values
//std::map<bool *, std::string> d_value;  ///<Map between the argument value and the flag option
00103             std::map<bool *, std::vector<std::string> > d_values; ///<Map between the argument value and the flag option
00104             std::vector<std::string> d_rest;                      ///<All remaining arguments
00105             std::vector<std::string> d_errors;              ///<All options which caused errors
00106             std::vector<std::string> d_emptyList;           ///<A non const empty stringList
00107             std::string d_empty;                                                          ///<A non const empty string

00109             static Arguments *s_instance; ///<Pointer to the singleton instance

            ///\brief A structure containing the defenition of a commandline option
00114             struct Option
00116                   char *flags;      ///<All flags it can be called with, space seperated ("f force" will allow "-f" and "--force")
00117                   char *value;      ///<The value, if any, the argument of the option is called. "<value>" for required, "[value]" for optional.
00118                   char *helpText;   ///< The help text, describing this option. This is used when generating the help output.

            ///\brief Initialize the singleton with options and argv, argc
            static void initialize(Option const *options, int argc, char *argv[]);

            ///\brief Get the instance of the Arguments class. Use this only after initializing it.
            static Arguments &getInstance();

            ///\brief Return true when an option if flagged, false otherwise.
            bool flagged(std::string const &optionName) const;

            ///\brief Returns the argument of an option or an empty string.
            std::string value(std::string const &optionName) const;

            ///\brief Returns the argument of an option or an empty string.
            std::vector<std::string> const &values(std::string const &optionName) const;

            ///\brief Returns a vector containing all the remaining commandline options.
00140             std::vector<std::string> &rest()
                  return d_rest;

            ///\brief Returns a vector containing all the commanline options generating errors.
00146             std::vector<std::string> &errors()
                  return d_errors;

            ///\brief Delete the instance. Use this only if you aren't going to use the Arguments class instance.
            static void destroy();

            ///\brief Output a list of the flags and help information onto the given stream.
            void outputOptions(std::ostream &stream) const;

00158             Option const *d_options;      ///< A pointer to the options used to initialize the Arguments class

            ///\brief Clear the class, clearing all vectors and freeing pointers.
            void clear();

            ///\brief Parse the argc and argv using the given options
            Arguments(Option const *options, int argc, char *argv[]);


            ///\brief Not implemented
            Arguments(Arguments const &other);                                //NI
            ///\brief Not implemented
            Arguments &operator=(Arguments const &other);   //NI




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