Sharg 1.1.2-rc.1
The argument parser for bio-c++ tools.
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Welcome to the documentation of the Sharg parser. This web-site contains the API reference (documentation of our interfaces) and more elaborate Tutorials and How-Tos.

If you are new to SeqAn or the Sharg parser, we recommend that you begin by reading Quick Setup (using CMake).

In contrast to the Tutorials (which are expected to be useful for all developers), the How-Tos contain more advanced or specific guides.

The Sharg Cookbook contains a listing of code snippets, or recipes that might prove helpful once you have finished the full tutorial and you are implementing your own code. When you are looking for some inspiration on how to perform a particular task or when you searching for something you already know - its on the tip of your tongue - but you can't remember the syntax, take a look here.

Before you publish and/or redistribute software based on Sharg, please read through the notes on Copyright. There are few requirements beyond proper attribution, but this requirement we take seriously as it is the basis of acquiring funding for the future development and maintenance of Sharg.

Resources outside of this web-site that might be useful:

Some notes on using this documentation

We use doxygen to generate our documentation. It may not be the most beautiful system, but it works quite well in practice. If you spot any dead links in the documentation, please open an issue at our bug-tracker (see above) or directly submit a pull request fixing the problem.

The documentation is versioned together with the library, see for release-specific documentation builds. The tutorial on Setting up library tests contains instructions for setting up local documentation builds.

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