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command-line option parsing.. Windows style? '/' instead of '-'

Aldric Giacomoni
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I installed the commandline gem ( ) ..
My only problem is that I am writing a script for Windows users and
their reaction will be to use, say, /a instead of -a for options but the
gem won't let me use that type of options.. It doesn't like it :/ Is
there a gem out there that allows it?


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