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dotnet add package ObscureWare.Console.Operations --version
<PackageReference Include="ObscureWare.Console.Operations" Version="" />
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paket add ObscureWare.Console.Operations --version
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#r "nuget: ObscureWare.Console.Operations,"
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// Install ObscureWare.Console.Operations as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=ObscureWare.Console.Operations&version=

// Install ObscureWare.Console.Operations as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=ObscureWare.Console.Operations&version=
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This library allows for console operations, like table / frame display. Requires Obscureware.Console.Core to support coloring and console control

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This library is robust, flexible console command engine that cooperates with our Console.Core coloring engine. It supports various types of syntax and provides separation of models, commands and console output, which is good for proper unit testing.

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0.1.0 903 12/23/2016

Version BETA.
Fixed text-splitting algorithm being too naive.