Vault API Wrapper in IronPython

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This project wraps the functions most likely to be used in an automated build process while using Vault, for use by any .Net program, or with VFP when using the .Net Extender for VFP from eTecnologia. It is written using the .Net Compiler for VFP, aka VFP.Net.

http://vaultapiironpython.codeplex.com/

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