MOOSH (MOOdle SHell), the moodle shell which is a command line tool for Moodle is updated to new version 0.18 which is compatible to the upcoming moodle version Moodle 2.9.
The new version of MOOSH contains new commands, Course unenrollment improvements & Extra check if valid user is running moosh.
MOOSH is a tool inspired by Drush (DRUpal SHell) that exposes some common Moodle functionality to the commandline. Moosh is meant to work nicely with Linux features like bash/zsh expansion. For example, to create 10 users, you just type:
% moosh user-create username{1..10}
You can download the latest MOOSH plugin from this link:
To find out more about using the MOOSH utility, just check out this link:

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