Is any python like linux shell?

Paddy paddy3118 at netscape.net
Mon Jan 22 04:51:40 CET 2007


George Sakkis wrote:

> Frank Potter wrote:
>
> > I learned some python in windows.
> > And now I've turned to linux.
> > I read a book and it teaches how to write shell script with bash,
> > but I don't feel like the grammar of bash.
> > Since I know about python,
> > I want to get a linux shell which use python grammar.
> > I searched by google and I found pysh, which is not maintained any
> > more.
> > There's another script named pyshell, which is not likely what I'm
> > searching for.
> > So, will somebody please tell me if there are any python like shells
> > for linux?
>
> IPython is actually more than a simple shell. Give it a try:
> http://ipython.scipy.org/.
>
> George

Frank,
IPython is great, but it is not a replacement for a shell like bash. If
you have a Linux system then you still need to know the rudiments of
bash 

- Paddy.




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