klish 1.6.7

An Open Source framework for implementing a CISCO-like CLI on a Linux/UNIX system
Klish (Kommand Line Interface Shell) is an open source command-line software, a framework for implementing a CISCO-like CLI on UNIX-like operating systems, including Linux, Solaris and BSD.

The software is highly configurable through XML files, and provides a long list of attractive features, including namespaces or logically nested views, support for namespaces with prefix, support for optional arguments, support for subcommands, for for nested parameters, and support for switching subcommands.

Among other features, we can mention CISCO-like config support, a configuration daemon, as well as the initial view redefinition function.

last updated on:
December 5th, 2013, 15:09 GMT
developed by:
Serj Kalichev
license type:
BSD License 
ROOT \ System \ Networking


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klish - Example of command completion and context helpklish - Moving into a new view to provide new commands and prompt
What's New in This Release:
  • Fix portability issues. Tested on Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, QNX.
  • Fix libroxml >= 2.2.2 support.
  • Syslog facility for clish and konfd utils.
  • Internal getopt() implementation. For example QNX has uncompatible getopt() so internal one must be used.
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