Python shell that supports pluggable "contexts" for non-Python commands
Quasi is a Python shell which supports pluggable "contexts" for non-Python commands, such as OS commands, MySQLdb queries and external programs, where a "context" is a different way of interpreting what you type in. All the contexts support variable sustitution, which means you can drop the value of a Python variable right into a command.
DocumentationUser guide available in HTML format from http://quasi-shell.sourceforge.net/
released on 21 May 2013
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