An option that functions as a property delegate
If true, this option can be specified without a name e.g. -2 instead of -o2
If false, invocations must be of the form --foo=1 or -f1. If true, the forms --foo 1 and -f 1 are also accepted.
Optional set of strings to use when the user invokes shell autocomplete on a value for this option.
If true, the presence of this option on the command line will halt parsing immediately
The name of the group, or null if this option should not be grouped in the help output.
Extra information about this option to pass to the help formatter.
If true, this option should not appear in help output.
The names that can be used to invoke this option. They must start with a punctuation character.
The min and max number of values that must be given to this option.
The group that this option belongs to, or null. Set by the group.
Names that can be used for a secondary purpose, like disabling flag options.
The value for this option.
Optional explicit key to use when looking this option up from a ValueSource
Called after this command's argv is parsed to transform and store the option's value.
A name representing the values for this option that can be displayed to the user.
The description of this option, usually a single line.
Information about this option for the help output.
Called after all of a command's parameters have been finalized to perform validation of the final value.
Implementations must call ParameterHolder.registerOption