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Install-Package Console.Waterworks -Version 0.1.0-alpha1
dotnet add package Console.Waterworks --version 0.1.0-alpha1
<PackageReference Include="Console.Waterworks" Version="0.1.0-alpha1" />
paket add Console.Waterworks --version 0.1.0-alpha1
#r "nuget: Console.Waterworks, 0.1.0-alpha1"
// Install Console.Waterworks as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=Console.Waterworks&version=0.1.0-alpha1&prerelease // Install Console.Waterworks as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=Console.Waterworks&version=0.1.0-alpha1&prerelease
Console.Waterworks is an open-source Nuget package. And, you use it for building command-based console programs in C# and the full .Net Framework (4.7+). The purpose of Console.Waterworks is to get you writing "business logic" code as fast as possible. It does this by handling the user input for you as well as providing a structure for you to plug your code in to. Setting up Console.Waterworks requires about two lines of code and a class. From there, you are all set.
This package has no dependencies.
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This is the first release.