An interactive tool for testing Python GSSAPI programs
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GSSAPI Console allows provides an easy way to test out Python applications using GSSAPI in a self-contained environment.
By default, the console will set up a self-contained MIT krb5 environment. However, other GSSAPI environments are planned.
further information is available by running `gssapi-console.py –help`
The main executable of GSSAPI Console is gssapi-console.py. The basic invocation works just like launching python – use gssapi-console.py FILE to run a file in the established environment, or just run gssapi-console.py or gssapi-console.py -i to get an interactive environment (the -i flag can be used with a file, just like python FILE -i).
There are several additional flags that may be passed to gssapi-console.py:
–realm-args key1=true,key2=false,… can be used to pass specific arguments to the realm constructor (the set of such keys is driver-dependent)
–mech MECH_NAME can be used to specify a different driver (currently, only –mech krb5 will work)
-a IDENTIFIER, –attach IDENTIFIER may be used to “attach” a new GSSAPI Console session to an environment set up by an existing GSSAPI Console session. The identifier will be noted at the top of the existing GSSAPI Console session as Session: IDENTIFIER.
-v, –verbose may be used to increase the verbosity of the logging level (generally to gain more details on what the driver is doing to set up the realm).
Additional GSSAPI Console drivers may be introduced using the gssapi_console.drivers setuptools entry point. They should follow the gssapi_console.drivers.GSSAPIConsoleDriver class.
GSSAPI Console provides a [YALPT](https://pypi.python.org/pypi/yalpt) environment driver for writing tutorials and literate python files involving GSSAPI. You can use it by passing -e gssapi to YALPT (it will use the default GSSAPI Console driver in this case).
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