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shelldon 0.0.1


###Python-wrapper of Bash (whut)

Table of Content
- [Introduction](#intro)
- [Installation](#install)
- [Usage](#usage)
- [License](#license)
- [Support](#support)

Introduction<a name="intro"></a>
Whuttttt. A Python-wrapper for Bash? You know how you want to sometimes make some shell commands from Python? And then you go for:

import subprocess

# Normally you do this from a Python script['git', 'add', '--all']

I find that way, way too much to type. Also, why put it into a form of a list?

Why can't we just write `'git add --all')`?

Installation<a name="install"></a>
Just install the Raw Then, add it to your Python Path, like this:
export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:/~/path/to/the/

Test it by opening your Python shell.

>>> import shelldon
>>> # It works!

Usage<a name="usage"></a>
**Normal script use:**
import shelldon'git add --all') # So simple isn't it?!

**Or, if you want to have multiple commands bundled together:**
git add --all
git commit -m 'Initial commit'
git push origin master

**Terminal use:**
>> import shelldon
>> shelldon.terminal()
~$ >> ls
Desktop Programs
Documents Public
~$ >> cd Desktop
~/Desktop$ >> quit # Use this command to quit shelldon's terminal
>> print 'yay to using shell in Python!' # Back to Python interpreter

License<a name="license"></a>
The following code is released under the MIT license. See above for it.

Support<a name="support"></a>
If you have any questions/concerns, please feel free to contact me.
My email address is

**Will update README once project is more substantial.**  
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