Nice that someone pointed out that there is more work ahead than just the Fabric integration.
If you allow, I would even add that there is a need for a decent shell as such. The current CLI is not closely resembling a shell, as it lacks
- pattern matching/REs
just to name a few. Imagine you could work on the configuration in a full shell: create 100 address objects, find all references, ... whatever.
Of course, these are security products, and security needs to be taken into account. So, no direct file system commands, 'sudo' whereever necessary,... But, in times when you could be using the API, isn't this already a moot point?
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