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The Zope Shell

ZShell is an external Zope method which allows you to manipulate the ZODB using standard Unix shell commands from within Zope's Management Interface in your Web browser.

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  •  02 Nov 2003 12:48

    Release Notes: The use of the insecure and deprecated rexec Python module was replaced with new code which now works with Python version 2.2 and above.

    •  06 Sep 2002 09:55

      Release Notes: Multiple commands separated by ';' characters can now be used on the same command line. Several bugs were fixed.

      •  29 Apr 2002 12:26

        Release Notes: The package now includes a patch to Zope's Management Interface to allow using ZShell commands directly from the Management Interface. This feature is currently limited to entering one command at a time.

        •  29 Apr 2002 10:25

          Release Notes: A small bug fix was made to correct a problem when using an empty history. The number of bytes output was reduced by almost one third, and the documentation about the setenv and unsetenv commands was improved.

          •  26 Apr 2002 21:52

            Release Notes: New commands tid, dbconn, davlocks, echo, setenv, unsetenv, and printenv, and preliminary support for variable assignment and use seems to work fine.

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