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CommandTool v0.3.0 documentation

0.3.0

Summary

Tools for creating command line interfaces involving sub-commands.

Get Started

  • Download and install from source

Author

James Gardner

Changes

0.3.0

2009-07-30

  • Updated the documentation to be accurate
  • Moved the create_man example into the core as commandtool.help
  • Removed old comments
  • Updated the find example

0.2.1

2009-06-30

  • Updated the find and create_man programs
  • Created the documentation
  • Removed metavar handlers

0.2.0

2009-04-28

  • Added a create_man.py script which extracts docstrings in written in a subset of full reStructuredText into both HTML, man and help text formats.

0.1.0

  • First version

License

Copyright (C) 2009 James Gardner - http://jimmyg.org/

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