Automates interactive applications
Expect is a tool for automating interactive applications according to a script.
Following the script, Expect knows what can be expected from a program and what
the correct response should be. Expect is also useful for testing these same
applications. And by adding Tk, you can also wrap interactive applications in
X11 GUIs. An interpreted language provides branching and high-level control
structures to direct the dialogue. In addition, the user can take control and
interact directly when desired, afterward returning control to the script.
NOTE: ALPHA AND BETA RELEASES OF TCL/TK ARE NOT SUPPORTED!
This is the README file for Expect, a program that performs programmed
dialogue with other interactive programs. It is briefly described by
its man page, expect(1). This directory contains the source and man
page for Expect.
This README file covers Expect 5.38 and up. These versi
expect (5.45-1) unstable; urgency=low
As of Expect 5.45 expectk was removed from the upstream distribution
and from the Debian package as well. If you're using expectk replace it
either by 'expect' and 'package require Tk' or by 'wish' and
'package require Expect'.
-- Sergei Golovan <firstname.lastname@example.org> Wed, 17 Aug 2011 21:50:29 +0400
This file is the NEWS file from the Expect distribution.
Expect 5.32 is being released in conjuction with Tcl 8.3.2.
This is a fairly minor update with no feature changes but with
a number of useful bug fixes in the way expects
Expect FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
An HTML version of this FAQ can be found in http://expect.n
expect - progra
expect (5.45-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Replaced ckalloc() call in exp_clib.c by malloc() because
2010-10-26 Andreas Kupries <email@example.com>
* expect.c: [Bug 3095935]: Convert #bytes
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