Cmdpy is a library to take the rote scutwork out of writing commandline tools in python
The idea behind 'cmdpy' is to make it easy to make multi-command scripts by abstracting out all the dispatch machinery and commandline parsing.
cmdpy can be used either from the commandline:
cmdpy mycmdpy command
or as a #! line in a python script (mycmdpy above)
By default it thinks that all attributes that start with 'cmd_' are commands you want exposed. The 'command prefix' is settable by setting a top-level variable named 'command_prefix' to whatever you want.
right now 'echopy' is the example program
* better example
* some tests would be good
* figure out how to delete mycmdpypyc that imp creates
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