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A small package to run external command lines.

Project description

This package provides decorators and methods to run any external command line in a proper maner. It allows the creation of any command line python interface with ease.

How to install

Since pyxtern is hosted on PyPI, it can be installed using:

pip install pyxtern

How to use

The full documentation is available here. The following example presents the simplest way of using pyxtern:

from pyxtern import run

cmd = "find ./pyxtern -name *.py"
exit, out, err = run(cmd.split(), tee=True)

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