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Parse line as shell words.

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Parse line as shell words.

Usage

>>> from shellwords import ShellWords
>>> s = ShellWords()
>>> s.parse("./foo --bar=baz")
[u'./foo', u'--bar=baz']
>>> s.parse('./foo --bar=baz foobar')
[u'./foo', u'--bar=baz', u'foobar']
>>> os.environ['FOO'] = 'bar'
>>> s = ShellWords(parse_env=True)
>>> s.parse("./foo $FOO")
[u'./foo', u'bar']
>>> s = ShellWords(parse_backtick=True)
>>> s.parse("./foo `echo $SHELL`")
[u'./foo', u'/bin/bash']

Thanks

This is based on go-shellwords package.

Changelog

0.1.0 (2015-01-29)

  • Initial Release

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