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A web browsing and testing language

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twill: a simple scripting language for web browsing

twill is a simple scripting language intended for programmatic or automated browsing of websites.

The current version 3.2 supports Python 3.8 to 3.12.

Take a look at the changelog to find a list of all changes and improvements made since version 2. For a brief overview of twill's history starting from its early days, see the acknowledgements and history section.

The full documentation is included in the distribution and provided online via GitHub and ReadTheDocs.

Copyright (c) 2005-2023 by C. Titus Brown, Ben R. Taylor, Christoph Zwerschke 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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