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Command line interface for Exosite platform.

Project description


Exoline is a command line interface for the Exosite [One Platform](


Install the latest released version of Exoline from PyPI.

# pip install exoline

(pip is a package manager for Python. To get pip, try `sudo easy_install pip` in Mac OS X, `sudo apt-get install python-setuptools;sudo easy_install pip` in Ubuntu. See below for Windows instructions.)

Here's how to install from source:

$ git clone git://
$ cd exoline
$ python install

[virtualenvwrapper]( is a great way to manage Python environments and avoid needing to use sudu for package installs.

Exoline supports Python 2.6 and above. (Tests run against 2.6, 2.7, 3.2, 3.3, and 3.4)

Installation - Windows

For a Windows installer, look [here](

To install from PyPI, first install the prerequisites:

- [Python](

- [pip-win]( (Alternatively, you can install [setuptools]( and [pip]( individually. pip-win just saves a few steps.)

After pip-win is installed, a GUI window will pop up. To install Exoline, type
`pip install exoline` into the command field.


$ exo -h
Exosite RPC API Command Line Interface
Provides command line access to the Remote Procedure Call API:

exo [--help] [options] <command> [<args> ...]

read Read data from a resource.
write Write data at the current time.
record Write data at a specified time.
create Create a resource from a json description passed on stdin (with -),
or using command line shorthand (other variants).
listing List the RIDs of a client's children.
info Get metadata for a resource in json format.
update Update a resource from a json description passed on stdin.
map Add an alias to a resource.
unmap Remove an alias from a resource.
lookup Look up a resource's RID based on its alias cik.
drop Drop (permanently delete) a resource.
flush Remove time series data from a resource.
usage Display usage of One Platform resources over a time period.
tree Display a resource's descendants.
script Upload a Lua script
spark Show distribution of intervals between points.
copy Make a copy of a client.
diff Show differences between two clients.
ip Get IP address of the server.
data Read or write with the HTTP Data API.
portals Invalidate the Portals cache for a CIK by telling Portals
a particular procedure was taken on client identified by <cik>.
share Generate a code that allows non-owners to access resources
revoke Revoke a share code or CIK
activate Activate a share code or CIK
deactivate Deactivate a share code or expire a CIK
clone Create a clone of a client
spec Determine whether a client matches a specification (beta)
transform Transform data on in a dataport by mapping all values (alpha)

--host=<host> OneP host. Default is $EXO_HOST or
--port=<port> OneP port. Default is $EXO_PORT or 443
--httptimeout=<sec> HTTP timeout [default: 60]
--https Enable HTTPS (deprecated, HTTPS is default)
--http Disable HTTPS
--useragent=<ua> Set User-Agent Header for outgoing requests
--debug Show debug info (stack traces on exceptions)
-d --debughttp Turn on debug level logging in pyonep
--discreet Obfuscate RIDs in stdout and stderr
-c --clearcache Invalidate Portals cache after running command
--portals=<server> Portals server [default:]
-h --help Show this screen
-v --version Show version

See 'exo <command> --help' for more information on a specific command.


Show a tree view of a client

$ exo tree 5de0cfcf7b5bed2ea7a801234567890123456789
Dev client cik: 5de0cfcf7b5bed2ea7a801234567890123456789 (aliases: (see parent))
├─device1 client cik: 970346d3391a2d8c703a01234567890123456789 (aliases: ['device1'])
└─device2 client cik: e95052ab56f985e6807d01234567890123456789 (aliases: ['device2'])
└─json string dataport rid: 82209d5888a3bd1530d201234567890123456789 (aliases: ['json'])

Show a tree view of a client with values

$ exo tree 5de0cfcf7b5bed2ea7a801234567890123456789
Dev client cik: 5de0cfcf7b5bed2ea7a801234567890123456789 (aliases: (see parent))
├─device1 client cik: 970346d3391a2d8c703a01234567890123456789 (aliases: ['device1'])
└─device2 client cik: e95052ab56f985e6807d01234567890123456789 (aliases: ['device2'])
└─json string dataport rid: 82209d5888a3bd1530d201234567890123456789 (aliases: ['json'], value: {"setpoint": 6... 3 minutes ago)

Write a Lua script

$ exo script translate_gps.lua e469e336ff9c8ed9176bc05ed7fa40daaaaaaaaa
Updated script RID: 6c130838e14903f7e12d39b5e76c8e3aaaaaaaaa

Read a Lua script (with help from the awesome [jq](

$ exo info e469e336ff9c8ed9176bc05ed7fa40daaaaaaaaa translate_gps.lua --include=description | jq -r .description.rule.script

Monitor output of a script

$ exo read e469e336ff9c8ed9176bc05ed7fa40daaaaaaaaa translate_gps.lua --follow
2013-07-09 11:57:45,line 2: Running translate_gps.lua...
2013-07-09 12:00:17,"line 12: New 4458.755987,N,09317.538945,W
line 23: Writing 4458.755987_-09317.538945"
2013-07-09 12:15:41,"line 12: New 4458.755987,N,09317.538945,W
line 23: Writing 4458.755987_-09317.538945"

Write raw data

$ exo write e469e336ff9c8ed9176bc05ed7fa40daaaaaaaa gps-raw --value=4458.755987,N,09317.538945,W

Record a bunch of data without timestamps

$ cat myrawgps | exo record e469e336ff9c8ed9176bc05ed7fa40daaaaaaaaa gps-raw -

Dump data from multiple dataports to CSV

$ time ./ read 2ca4f441538c1f2cc8bfaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa gas temperature humidity event --start=5/1/2013 --end=8/1/2013 --chunkhours=24 > alldata.csv

real 1m58.377s
user 0m10.981s
sys 0m0.506s

$ wc -l alldata.csv
316705 alldata.csv

Make a clone of device with RID ed6c3f... into portal with CIK e469e3...

$ exo clone e469e336ff9c8ed9176bc05ed7fa40daaaaaaaaa --rid=ed6c3facb6a3ac68c4de9a6996a89594aaaaaaaa
cik: c81e6ae0fbbd7e9635aa74053b3ab6aaaaaaaaaa
rid: 9635aa74053b3ab681e6ae0fb8187a0000000000

Copy a device with CIK e469e3... to a different portal with CIK ed6c3f... Note that whereas clone can clone all types of devices and device data within the same portal, copy is somewhat limited in the types of devices it supports but can do inter-portal copies.

$ exo copy e469e336ff9c8ed9176bc05ed7fa40daaaaaaaaa ed6c3facb6a3ac68c4de9a6996a89594aaaaaaaa
cik: c81e6ae0fbbd7e9635aa74053b3ab6aaaaaaaaaa
rid: 9635aa74053b3ab681e6ae0fb8187a0000000000

Create a new client or resource

$ exo create ad02824a8c7cb6b98fdfe0a9014b3c0faaaaaaaa --type=dataport --format=string --alias=stringport --name="Original Name"
rid: 34eaae237988167d90bfc2ffeb666daaaaaaaaaa

Update a the name of a resource

$ echo '{"name":"New Name"}' | exo update ad02824a8c7cb6b98fdfe0a9014b3c0faaaaaaaa stringport -

Get the RID for CIK ad0282...

$ exo lookup ad02824a8c7cb6b98fdfe0a9014b3c0faaaaaaaa

Show differences between two clients

$ exo copy 3ae52bdd5280d7cb96a2077b0cd5aaaaaaaaaaaa 5de0cfcf7b5bed2ea7a802ebe0679baaaaaaaaaa
cik: cc080a86b1c9b53d5371e0fa793faaaaaaaaaaa
$ exo diff 3ae52bdd5280d7cb96a2077b0cd5aaaaaaaaaaaa cc080a86b1c9b53d5371e0fa793f1daaaaaaaaaa
$ exo create cc080a86b1c9b53d5371e0fa793f1aaaaaaaaaaa --type=dataport --format=float --name=Humidity
rid: 6a8974d3d7d1f0ffd28385c90a1bebaaaaaaaaaa
$ ../exoline/ diff 3ae52bdd5280d7cb96a2077b0cd5dbaaaaaaaaaa cc080a86b1c9b53d5371e0fa793f1daaaaaaaaaa
"<<RID>>": {
"aliases": {
"<<RID>>": [
"basic": {
"subscribers": 0,
"type": "client"
"children": {
"<<RID>>": {
+ "basic": {
+ "subscribers": 0,
+ "type": "dataport"
+ },
+ "children": {},
+ "comments": [],
+ "description": {
+ "format": "float",
+ "meta": "",
+ "name": "Humidity",
+ "preprocess": [],
+ "public": false,
+ "retention": {
+ "count": "infinity",
+ "duration": "infinity"
+ },
+ "subscribe": null
+ },
+ "shares": [],
+ "subscribers": [],
+ "tags": []
+ },
+ "Temperature.f2a40b81cb677401dffdc2cfad0f8a266d63590b": {
"basic": {
"subscribers": 0,
"type": "dataport"
"children": {},
"comments": [],
"description": {
"format": "float",
"meta": "",
"name": "Temperature",
"preprocess": [],
"public": false,
"retention": {
"count": "infinity",
"duration": "infinity"
"subscribe": null
"shares": [],
"subscribers": [],
"tags": []
"comments": [],
"counts": {
"client": 0,
- "dataport": 1,
? ^
+ "dataport": 2,
? ^
"datarule": 0,
"dispatch": 0
"description": {
"limits": {
"client": "inherit",
"dataport": "inherit",
"datarule": "inherit",
"disk": "inherit",
"dispatch": "inherit",
"email": "inherit",
"email_bucket": "inherit",
"http": "inherit",
"http_bucket": "inherit",
"share": "inherit",
"sms": "inherit",
"sms_bucket": "inherit",
"xmpp": "inherit",
"xmpp_bucket": "inherit"
"locked": false,
"meta": "",
"name": "MyDevice",
"public": false
"shares": [],
"subscribers": [],
"tagged": [],
"tags": []

See the HTTP requests and responses being made by pyonep:

$ exo --debughttp --discreet read <cik> temperature
DEBUG:pyonep.onep:POST /api:v1/rpc/process
Headers: {'Content-Type': 'application/json; charset=utf-8'}
Body: {"calls": [{"id": 70, "procedure": "read", "arguments": [{"alias": "temperature"}, {"sort": "desc", "selection": "all", "limit": 1, "endtime": 1376943416, "starttime": 1}]}], "auth": {"cik": "2ca4f441538c1f2cc8bf01234567890123456789"}}
DEBUG:pyonep.onep:HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Headers: [('date', 'Mon, 19 Aug 2013 20:16:53 GMT'), ('content-length', '54'), ('content-type', 'application/json; charset=utf-8'), ('connection', 'keep-alive'), ('server', 'nginx')]
Body: [{"id":70,"status":"ok","result":[[1376819736,24.1]]}]
2013-08-18 04:55:36,24.1

Share a dataport with another client.

# we want to share client1/dataport1 with client2
$ exo tree wb
Dev client cik: 5de0cf0000000000000000000000000000000000 (aliases: (see parent))
├─client1 client cik: 0a35320000000000000000000000000000000000 (aliases: [u'client1'])
│ └─dataport1 string dataport rid: 4775090000000000000000000000000000000000 (aliases: [u'dataport1'])
└─client2 client cik: c2d4f30000000000000000000000000000000000 (aliases: [u'client2'])

# generate a share code
$ exo share 0a35320000000000000000000000000000000000 dataport1

# activate the share code
$ exo activate c2d4f30000000000000000000000000000000000 --share=e9a52a0000000000000000000000000000000000

# share appears in tree
$ exo tree wb
Dev client cik: 5de0cf0000000000000000000000000000000000 (aliases: (see parent))
├─client1 client cik: 0a35320000000000000000000000000000000000 (aliases: [u'client1'])
│ └─dataport1 string dataport rid: 4775090000000000000000000000000000000000 (aliases: [u'dataport1'])
└─client2 client cik: c2d4f30000000000000000000000000000000000 (aliases: [u'client2'])
└─dataport1 string dataport rid: 4775090000000000000000000000000000000000

# listing shows owned children by default (not shares)
$ exo listing c2d4f30000000000000000000000000000000000
{"dataport": [], "datarule": [], "client": [], "dispatch": []}

# ...unless you filter for activated shares
$ exo listing c2d4f30000000000000000000000000000000000 --filter=activated
{"dataport": ["4775090000000000000000000000000000000000"], "datarule": [], "client": [], "dispatch": []}

# write to the shared dataport from its owner
$ exo write 0a35320000000000000000000000000000000000 dataport1 --value="Share me"

# you can read the dataport from the non-owner
$ exo read c2d4f30000000000000000000000000000000000 4775090000000000000000000000000000000000
2013-12-13 11:34:13-06:00,Share me

# ...but you can't write from a non-owner
$ exo write c2d4f30000000000000000000000000000000000 4775090000000000000000000000000000000000 --value="Non-owner can't write"
One Platform error: restricted

# look up RID for a share code
$ exo lookup c2d4f30000000000000000000000000000000000 --share e9a52a0000000000000000000000000000000000

# the non-owner can deactivate a share code
$ exo deactivate c2d4f30000000000000000000000000000000000 --share=e9a52a0000000000000000000000000000000000

# now the share is gone
$ exo tree wb
Dev client cik: 5de0cf0000000000000000000000000000000000 (aliases: (see parent))
├─client1 client cik: 0a35320000000000000000000000000000000000 (aliases: [u'client1'])
│ └─dataport1 string dataport rid: 4775090000000000000000000000000000000000 (aliases: [u'dataport1'])
└─client2 client cik: c2d4f30000000000000000000000000000000000 (aliases: [u'client2'])

# the owner may also revoke the share code. This makes it unusable.
$ exo revoke 0a35320000000000000000000000000000000000 --share=e9a52a0000000000000000000000000000000000

Environment Variables

For convenience, several command line options may be replaced by environment variables.

* EXO\_HOST: host, e.g. This supplies --host to exo and --url for exodata.
* EXO\_PORT: port, e.g. 80. Currently this only applies to exo, not exodata.

CIK Shortcuts

Store your commonly used CIKs in a file:

$ printf "keys:\n" > ~/.exoline
$ printf " foo: 2ca4f441538c1f2cc8bf01234567890123456789\n" >> ~/.exoline
$ exo read foo temperature
2013-08-18 04:55:36,24.1


For help, run each command with -h from the command line.


Portals caches One Platform data, so changes made in Exoline may take up to 15 minutes to show up in Portals. You can work around this by passing `--clearcache` (or `-c`). This option tells Exoline to clear the relevent cached information in Portals.

$ exo --clearcache create <cik> --type=client

If you're using Portals on a different server, pass `--portals` to specify that server.

exo --clearcache --portals= create <cik> --type=dataport --format=string

It's also possible to invalidate the cache directly.

$ exo portals clearcache <cik>

Usage as a Library

Exoline can be directly imported and used in Python as a library. There are two patterns
for doing this. First, you can call `` with whatever arguments you would have
passed on the command line, plus an optional string stdin parameter.


from exoline import exo

result =['exo',

print(result.exitcode) # 0
print(result.stdout) # Updated script RID: c9c6daf83c44e44985aa724fea683f14eda71fac
print(result.stderr) # <no output>

It's also possible to use Exoline's wrapper for the pyonep library, which covers a lot of
Exoline's functionality.


from exoline import exo

rpc = exo.ExoRPC()


Issues/Feature Requests

If you see an issue with exoline or want to suggest an improvement, please log it [here](


To run the tests the packages in test/requirements.txt, and then type:

$ cd test
$ pip install -r requirements.txt

# run tests in current Python environment
$ ./

# test multiple version of Python (requires virtualenv)
$ ./ full

For more on testing (including running individual tests), see [test/](test/

Building for Windows

You can build Exoline as a Windows executable. On a Windows machine, do this:

- install Python (make sure bitness matches the machine. pywin32 cares about this.)
- [pip-win](
- install pywin32
- install PyInstaller (`pip install pyinstaller`)
- in the Exoline root directory, run (`pyinstaller exo.spec`)
- `exo.exe` and its dependencies are in dist\exo\
- run `copy dist\exo\exo.exe dist\exo\exo` so that Windows users don't need to type .exe

Build the installer this way:

- install Inno Setup 5.5.4 from here:
- open innosetup.iss
- update Source in the Files section to point to dist\exo folder on your system

What's New?

For information about what features are in what Exoline versions look [here](


- differentiate dataport and client shares in tree command (this is important now that I'm using non-deprecated form of listing command)
- --name parameter to copy command so names don't conflict
- add raw command, taking full RPC json from stdin
- Make the info command take multiple rids (or stdin)
- delete serial number when dropping device
- add --howmany option to create command
- tab completion for commands and shortcuts
- add dataport creation shorthand: "exo create <cik> <alias and name> [datatype]". `exo create mydevice foo` would create a dataport of format string with alias and name both set to foo. `exo create mydevice bar float` would create a float-valued dataport.
- add test for --tz option
- add the option of using requests to authenticate with https (see warning here:
- create executable and installer for a better Windows experience
- support datasources with subscribe
- new command to do resource ancestry lookup
- add a --monitor (or --follow) option to script command
- add support for like this: $ exo info cik1,client_id=rid1
- add --timeformat=excel option for Excel import. Instead of "2014-03-13 15:53:20-05:00,<value>" it would output "2014-03-13 15:53:20,-05:00,<value>"
- make ip and data commands support https, host, and port settings and remove noconfig=True workaround in those tests
- simpler tree output with value diffs, only show RID if it doesn't have an alias
- add new form for script command that has cik first to be more consistent, e.g. `exo script <cik> --file=foo.lua`


0.8.1 (2014-09-15)

- write command support for passing value on stdin
- --values option for tree to show latest point for dataports
and datarules
- add twee command: like tree, but more wuvable
- make tree report and continue when it encounters locked clients
- fix tests that broke for float handling with OneP updates
- add standard script command order

0.8.0 (2014-06-09)

- transform command for modifying time series data
- EXO_PLUGIN_PATH variable to specify additional places to look for plugins
- spec support for domain level schema updates
- (breaking change) remove --chunkhours options and add --chunksize option,
which usually does not need to be specified
- fixed Python 3.4 regression

0.7.14 (2014-05-30)

- fix error in ExoRPC.mult()

0.7.13 (2014-05-28)

- add ExoRPC.mult() to avoid calling \_exomult directly

0.7.12 (2014-05-28)

- add --level option for info --recursive to limit depth

0.7.11 (2014-05-16)

- Windows executable and installer
- fixed tree output for Windows

0.7.10 (2014-05-08)

- add spec --portal option to apply a spec to multiple devices

0.7.9 (2014-04-15)

- tweak to tree output formatting
- better documentation for record - input
- upgrade pyonep

0.7.8 (2014-04-08)

- add support for JSON schema in spec command
- remove extraneous output from drop --all-children

0.7.7 (2014-04-02)

- update to latest pyonep
- fix RID regular expression

0.7.6 (2014-03-04)

- add clone command
- avoid partial copy when dataport subscribe is set

0.7.5 (2014-03-03)

- add --useragent param

0.7.4 (2014-02-04)

- if --start and --end are omitted to read, flush
or usage, they are omitted from the RPC call. This
fixes an issue with read if clock is out of sync
with One Platform.

0.7.3 (2014-01-31)

- add --start and --end for flush

0.7.2 (2014-01-14)

- add --generate option for spec command (beta)
- fix regression in tree command on python 3.2
- remove wsgiref to fix nose for python 3.3

0.7.1 (2014-01-13)

- handle unicode in csv output
- fix error when piping tree output to file
- remove binary and boolean dataport formats

0.7.0 (2013-12-13)

- add share, activate, deactivate, and lookup --share commands
- listing command now accepts filtering options and clearer JSON
output (non-backward compatible)
- updates for incorrect timezone setting

0.6.1 (2013-12-10)

- add owner lookup command (lookup --owner-of)
- change "Options" to "Command Options" in usage

0.6.0 (2013-12-09)

- make portals server customizable, e.g., for use with sandbox

0.5.2 (2013-12-09)

- add --portals options and portals command for cache invalidation,
so Portals and Exoline can stay in sync

0.5.1 (2013-12-02)

- support Python 3.x

0.5.0 (2013-11-21)

- remove --counts option to tree command
- remove storage option to the info command

0.4.3 (2013-11-19)

- make second parameter to exo.cmd optional
- restore std* so stdout is visible after calling exo.cmd()

0.4.2 (2013-11-13)

- spec command support for units and json format validation
- example spec file

0.4.1 (2013-11-11)

- add activate command
- fix spec message for dataport format differences
- add documentation of spec command yaml syntax
- fix data write to handle urlencode characters (e.g. %)

0.4.0 (2013-10-30)

- use https by default, specify --http for http
- fix issue where read --follow could not be piped to other commands due to stdout buffering
- show commands in a consistent order in 'exo --help'
- show command summaries in 'exo --help'

0.3.6 (2013-10-29)

- read command defaults to reading all dataports/datarules if no RIDs are specified
- listing command outputs valid JSON

0.3.5 (2013-10-28)

- reuse connection to speed up API calls

0.3.4 (2013-10-10)

- default to utc if local timezone can't be determined
- fix timezone bug in read output

0.3.3 (2013-10-4)

- decode scripts as utf-8 for spec command

0.3.2 (2013-10-4)

- remove plugin dependency on script install location

0.3.1 (2013-10-1)

- fix install issue

0.3.0 (2013-9-30)

- add plugin framework
- update tree output, incl. sort by client name
- add spec command as a plugin (beta)
- make listing default to all resource types
- timezone support for read command

0.2.6 (2013-9-19)

- fixed update command

0.2.5 (2013-8-26)

- record reads csv on stdin
- fixed read --sort=asc
- fixed --follow order when multiple values come within the polling window

0.2.4 (2013-8-19)

- fixed combination of --debughttp and --discreet

0.2.3 (2013-8-19)

- --debughttp shows http requests & responses
- --discreet hides ciks/rids
- documented usage as library

0.2.2 (2013-8-16)

- --header option for read command

0.2.1 (2013-8-15)

- cik lookup in ~/.exoline
- support ISO8601 dates for read
- copy comments

0.2.0 (2013-8-13)

- tree is faster for large portals
- --level option for tree
- copy checks limits when possible (when not set to 'inherit')
- improve json format for info --recursive

0.1.3 (2013-8-9)

- set up for automated testing in jenkins
- --include and --exclude flags for info
- info and listing commands output json when using --pretty
- --recursive flag for script command
- fixed regression in read --follow

0.1.2 (2013-7-31)

- added --port option
- added --chunkhours option to break up large reads

0.1.1 (2013-7-30)

- fixed --httptimeout
- show model and serial number from metadata in tree output

0.1.0 (2013-7-24)

- read from multiple data sources
- copy command (make a copy of a client)
- diff command (compare clients)
- --recursive option for info

0.0.33 (2013-7-19)

- support python 2.6

0.0.32 (2013-7-19)

- lookup command looks up RID of CIK if no alias is passed
- fixed exception

0.0.31 (2013-7-18)

- updated to use pyonep 0.7.0
- added usage command

0.0.30 (2013-7-16)

- fixed regression in tree

0.0.29 (2013-7-16)

- fixed pyonep reference

0.0.28 (2013-7-16)

- usage command
- Better test coverage

0.0.27 (2013-7-14)

- Support uploading script to multiple CIKs
- Added code coverage for tests
- read --intervals shows the distribution of
delays between points

0.0.26 (2013-7-12)

- Fixed https port

0.0.25 (2013-7-12)

- Added --https flag

0.0.24 (2013-7-12)

- Added raw read format

0.0.23 (2013-7-12)

- Made <rid> optional for all commands
- Added root node detail output to tree

0.0.22 (2013-7-11)

- Bumped up version requirement for pyonep

0.0.21 (2013-7-11)

- Fixed tree output for devices with expired status
- Hide KeyboardInterrupt exception except when --debug set

0.0.20 (2013-7-10)

- Fixed script command

0.0.19 (2013-7-10)

- Fixed

0.0.18 (2013-7-10)

- Help for individual commands, git style
- Fixed regression in 0.0.17 affecting all commands taking <rid>
- record-backdate is now record with --interval

0.0.17 (2013-7-09)

- Handle keyboard interrupt gracefully for read --follow
- Added example usage in
- Fixed read --follow when dataport has no data

0.0.16 (2013-7-08)

- Support passing alias for <rid>
- Make read return latest value by default

0.0.15 (2013-7-08)

- script upload

0.0.14 (2013-7-07)

- tests for create, read, write

0.0.13 (2013-7-03)

- record, unmap, lookup commands, better/stronger/faster tree

0.0.12 (2013-6-27)

- Show OnePlatform library exceptions nicely

0.0.11 (2013-6-27)

- Changed defaults for tree

0.0.10 (2013-6-27)

- flush command

0.0.9 (2013-6-26)

- Added format to tree output

0.0.8 (2013-6-26)

- Added units to tree output, support writing negative numeric values

0.0.7 (2013-6-23)

- Time series data write and read commands, with --follow option

0.0.6 (2013-6-23)

- RID lookup and bulk drop commands

0.0.5 (2013-6-21)

- Install two command line scripts: exo, exodata

0.0.4 (2013-6-18)

- Complete Exosite Data API
- Subset of Exosite RPC API

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