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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:
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).
TODO: Figure out how to actually get changelog content.
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