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demos demo: Fix typo in
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src Fix App_authorize regex on
tests Merge branch 'adds-os-guesser-tests' of…
.gitignore fix pip -e installation flag
.travis.yml Improve coverage settings
AUTHORS Update legalese and contact address, and remove useless junk from the…
COPYING Major redesign, split some libraries out of the Exscript package.
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INSTALL Updated install docs Fix another regression
Makefile Makefile: fix: use distutils to select default site directory. Updated install docs
TODO add a test for Exscript.Task. a large amount of random cleanups to make pylint happier.
exclaim exclaim: fix --order-list.
exscript exscript interpreter: set driver manually
exscriptd exscriptd: get rid of useless --domain CLI option.
exscriptd-config daemon-config: move --log-dir from global options to daemon options.
pylint.rc add pylint.rc
requirements.txt Fix small bug in testing code.
setup.cfg Fix another regression Fix small bug in testing code. fix: remove tempfile.


Exscript is a Python module and a template processor for automating network connections over protocols such as Telnet or SSH. We attempt to create the best possible set of tools for working with Telnet and SSH.

Exscript is also an excellent and much more powerful Net::Telnet replacement, so we welcome all you Perl developers!

Exscript may be used to automate sessions with routers from Cisco, Juniper, OneAccess, Huawei, or any others. If you want to configures machines running Linux/Unix, IOS, IOS-XR, JunOS, VRP, or any other operating system that can be used with a terminal, Exscript should be just what you are looking for.

The Exscript template language is also in some ways comparable to Expect, but has some unique features that make it a lot easier to use and understand for non-developers.


Mailing List:


  • Python >=2.6 , <=2.7 (no Python 3 yet)
  • Python-crypto
  • Paramiko


Simply follow the installation guide.

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