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Open source
rust
clap

Fast, modern CLI framework for Rust

Rainy Day Fund
$200
Estimated Annual Budget
$2,363
Today's Balance
$6,954.68

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$25 USD of $60 USD / month raised (42%)

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Help development by funding some minor issues every month. (+ Backer) Read more

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$100 USD / month

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Top financial contributors

Individuals

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Phil Hansch

$500 USD since Jan 2022

2
Will Buckner

$430 USD since Mar 2022

3
repi

$240 USD since Aug 2020

4
Incognito

$160 USD since Nov 2021

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Fiberplane

$140 USD since Jun 2022

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$85 USD since Mar 2023

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Juan Campa

$75 USD since Jun 2021

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$50 USD since Oct 2023

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Xidorn Quan

$48 USD since Aug 2020

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Christoph Grabo

$40 USD since Dec 2023

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Embark

$4,300 USD since Aug 2020

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THANKS.DEV

$1,111.7 USD since Nov 2022

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Sentry

$748 USD since Oct 2021

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Materialize

$300 USD since May 2023

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Evrone

$100 USD since Jan 2022

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Stencila

$50 USD since Sep 2023

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GitHub Sponsors

$43.49 USD since Apr 2024

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StackAid

$5.14 USD since Oct 2022

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DigitalOcean

$5 USD since Aug 2022

Clap is all of us

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Thank you for supporting Clap.

Pavan Kumar S...

Core Contributor

Ed Page

Admin

Embark

Gold

$4,300 USD

THANKS.DEV

$1,112 USD

Sentry

$748 USD

Phil Hansch

$500 USD

Will Buckner

Bronze

$430 USD

Materialize

Bronze

$300 USD

repi

Backer

$240 USD

Incognito

Backer

$160 USD

Fiberplane

$140 USD

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Today’s balance

$6,954.68 USD

Total raised

$7,439.92 USD

Total disbursed

$485.24 USD

Estimated annual budget

$2,362.79 USD

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News from Clap

Updates on our activities and progress.

Faster development with tiny bounties

When we started Open Source Collective for Clap, we (the maintainers) had a discussion on what to do with the money. We have some maintenance expenses @kbknapp is currently paying out of his pocket every ye...
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Published on August 14, 2020 by Pavan Kumar Sunkara

Clap on OpenCollective

Your favourite CLI framework is now on OpenCollective.We are opening this to offset some maintenance costs and also fund some minor issues in the future in order to engage more outside contributors.We would also love to send some free sw...
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Published on May 27, 2020 by Pavan Kumar Sunkara

About


Clap is used to parse and validate the string of command line arguments provided by a user at runtime. You provide the list of valid possibilities, and clap handles the rest. This means you focus on your applications functionality, and less on the parsing and validating of arguments.

Clap provides many things 'for free' (with no configuration) including the traditional version and help switches (or flags) along with associated messages. If you are using subcommands, clap will also auto-generate a help subcommand and separate associated help messages.

Once clap parses the user provided string of arguments, it returns the matches along with any applicable values. If the user made an error or typo, it informs them with a friendly message and exits gracefully (or returns a Result type and allows you to perform any clean up prior to exit). Because of this, you can make reasonable assumptions in your code about the validity of the arguments prior to your applications main execution.

Our team

Pavan Kumar S...

Core Contributor

Ed Page

Admin