EPPInterpreter is a GUI frontend to the EPP RTK which allows users to connect to any EPP compliant registry, and issue commands to the registry through scripts written in any BSF supported scripting language (including Python, Perl, NetREXX, and more).
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Release Notes: The EPPAPI was updated to 0.1.6. Several classes were removed and replaced with EdenLib counterparts. A Preferences dialog with panels for appearance, and EPP preferences was added. Logging is now done through the EdenLib logging API. Some JavaDoc documentation, and copyrights to all source code were added.
Release Notes: A new -h commandline switch for help, and an upgrade to EPPAPI 0.1.5.
Release Notes: This release contains an important change which makes the classes in EPPAPI.jar, epp-rtk-java.jar, and liberty-addon.jar available in the scripting language. It includes polling support from EPPAPI 0.1.4, and an example scripts directory which was supposed to be included since 0.1.1. Double-clicking a connection in the connection dialog will connect to the selected server.
Release Notes: Supports all protocols defined in EPP RTK (TCP, TCP with TLS, and BXXP). Connections can now be added, edited, and deleted. Added import/export of connection information (single connections only). Upgraded EPPAPI to 0.1.3. Added load(Element element) and save(Element element) methods to ConnectionDescriptor, to support loading and saving ConnectionDescriptors to a specific XML element. Includes tucows.xml, which is a connection descriptor for the Tucows testbed.