monolith is simple framwork for creating command line tools. Subcommands are class based (approach and part of implementation was inspired by Django management commands, however monolith uses argparse instead of optparse).
Supported Python versions are 2.6/2.7 and 3.2+.
#!/usr/bin/env python """ Example of how to create git-like execution manager with monolith. This is completely fake command. """ from __future__ import print_function from __future__ import unicode_literals from monolith.cli import ExecutionManager from monolith.cli import LabelCommand from monolith.cli import arg from monolith.cli import CompletionCommand class AddCommand(LabelCommand): def handle_label(self, label, namespace): print("A %s" % label, file=self.stdout) def main(**kwargs): manager = ExecutionManager(**kwargs) manager.register('add', AddCommand) manager.register('completion', CompletionCommand), manager.execute() if __name__ == '__main__': main()