CLISH is a modular framework for implementing a CISCO-like CLI on a Unix system. Arbitrary command menus and actions can be defined using XML files. This software handles the user interaction, and forks the appropriate system commands to perform any actions.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Windows Cygwin|
Release Notes: A minor bug in which CTRL-C caused SEGV was fixed.
Release Notes: This release contains almost a year of bugfixes and updates. The inability to paste into the shell should now be addressed, and the default values for "SELECT" and "PATTERN" types are now translated correctly. The lub_heap memory manager is no longer compiled in by default, which should mean CLISH compiles out of the box for more platforms. This release also includes a couple of submitted patches. There is no guarantee of their correctness or otherwise; they are simply included for people to use if desired.
Release Notes: The release process has been updated to ensure that all files have Unix line endings, which prevents shell scripts from failing during configuration. Updated to work on 64-bit architectures Tested on 64-bit and 32-bit Linux as well as on Cygwin. Various memory leak fixes Updated to the latest version of TinyXml. An experimental lubheap component has been added that can be used as an alternative heap manager rather than the standard memory libraries.
No changes have been submitted for this release.