Oh My ZSH vs picocli: What are the differences?
Developers describe Oh My ZSH as "A framework for managing your Zsh configuration". A delightful, open source, community-driven framework for managing your Zsh configuration. It comes bundled with thousands of helpful functions, helpers, plugins, themes. On the other hand, picocli is detailed as "Easily build command line apps with ANSI colors and autocomplete". Library and framework for easily building professional command line applications on the JVM (Java, Groovy, Kotlin, Scala, etc). Usage help with ANSI colors. Autocomplete. Nested subcommands. Annotations and programmatic API. Easy to include as source to avoid adding dependencies. More than just a command line parser.
Oh My ZSH and picocli can be primarily classified as "Shell Utilities" tools.
Oh My ZSH and picocli are both open source tools. It seems that Oh My ZSH with 93K GitHub stars and 17.2K forks on GitHub has more adoption than picocli with 1.39K GitHub stars and 142 GitHub forks.
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Recently I've switched from GNU Bash to Oh My ZSH and I'm happy with the way I can customize the environment, picking between options by tab and seeing git status or hardware status while typing commands and a beautiful UI that's easy on eyes. Also ability to turn-off case-sensitivity comes in handy. I don't think if I will go back!