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A collection of shell abstractions

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Seashore provides a shell abstraction for easy automation of UNIX commands in Python. The primary interface to many common tools is the command line; for example, git, apt-get, and yum. Even when there is an equivalent Python library – such as docker and docker-py – often a shell script needs to be quickly ported one-to-one. Seashore helps in these cases by being able to write a clean, simple, and testable Python API wrapper around these tools.


Seashore is (C) Shopkick, and licensed under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more details.


  • Moshe Zadka
  • Mahmoud Hashemi
  • Kurt B. Rose

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