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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • What existing shells you ask? Well several co-workers use a hacked up version of piqt [sourceforge.net]. I suspect that dbishell [sourceforge.net] is going to provide more functionality out of the box. The latter page points at several more to look at.

    Perhaps another way to state this question is, "What features are you really looking for in a project like this?"

    • I didn't know about those others but it looks like they might provide what I was looking for. Basically, I wanted to interact with the database without leaving Bash. By building a few small utilities that interacted with one another, I have the database directly in the shell. If these other projects provide that as seamlessly, I'll probably go with one of them. Thanks for the heads up.