twill web browsing and testing language and associated utilities.
twill: a simple scripting language for web browsing
twill is a simple scripting language intended for programmatic or automated browsing of web sites.
The current version 2.0 of twill is based on the latest 1.8 version which uses requests and lxml instead of mechanize, plus ideas from other forks and add-ons like retwill or flunc. This version supports Python version 2.7 and 3.5 to 3.8. There are also plans to create a version 3.0 of twill that will support only Python 3.6 or higher.
See the changelog for a summary of the things that have been changed and improved in version 2.0.
The documentation is included in the distribution and provided online.
Copyright (c) by C. Titus Brown et al.
Newer versions have been created and are maintained by Christoph Zwerschke.
twill is available for use, modification, and distribution under the MIT license.
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