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Google Releases Command Line Tool for Accessing Web Services

Google has announced the availability of a new tool called GoogleCL that will allow users to interact with the company's popular Web services directly from the command line.

GoogleCL was developed in Python on top of the gdata-python-client library. It's an open-source software project that's hosted on Google Code and distributed under the Apache license. Users who want to contribute fixes and improvements can submit patches through the project's issue tracker.

Read more at Ars Technica
 

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