syncthing-cli client initial release
syncthing-cli is a command-line client for Syncthing written in Go. You can download it on the releases page. Run it for the first time and it will create a config file for you in $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/syncthing-cli/config.ini: ; Specify the API key below api-key = address = 127.0.0.1:8384 You need to add api-key there which you can get from the web GUI or the Syncthing config file in $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/syncthing/config.xml. After that you’re ready to go.
gorgeous command-line RSS feed reader 1.4.0
Changes in 1.4.0: Added default config creation Changed OPML import to use outline title instead of hostname to eliminate some section name collisions, especially for podcasts You can download gorgeous binaries on the releases page.
htmltui pager feature release.
New feature that has been added to htmltui is the -s/--size argument that can be used to change the size of the viewport. $ gorgeous s c4ss 3 | htmltui -s 1 $ gorgeous s c4ss 3 | htmltui -s 2 You can download htmltui binaries on the releases page.
gorgeous command-line RSS feed reader 1.2.1 bugfix release.
Changes in 1.2.1: added response code checking when updating feeds. Example: $ gorgeous u svt gorgeous: error: response code for getting feed "svt" was "503 Service Unavailable" You can download gorgeous binaries on the releases page.
gorgeous command-line RSS feed reader 1.2.0 feature release.
Changes in 1.2.0: add command to add feeds into config from the command line attachments command to see the enclosures in the RSS item (very useful for podcast feeds) standalone support for show and attachments commands You can download gorgeous binaries on the releases page. Examples: $ gorgeous add https://dtluna.net/index.xml dtluna "dtluna's blog" # standalone mode for show $ gorgeous s https://dtluna.net/index.xml 1 gorgeous release 1.1.0 2 Gorgeous Release 1.
gorgeous command-line RSS feed reader feature release.
Changes in 1.1.0: new opml import and opml export commands You can download gorgeous binaries on the releases page.
gorgeous command-line RSS feed reader bugfix release.
Changes in 1.0.1: fixed a bug with the show command not checking whether the feed exists in the config if the post number is given You can download gorgeous binaries on the releases page.
htmltui pager initial release.
htmltui is a TUI HTML pager It is intended to be used with the gorgeous RSS feed reader: $ gorgeous s dtluna.net 1 | htmltui You can download htmltui binaries on the releases page.
gorgeous command-line RSS feed reader initial release.
gorgeous is a command-line RSS feed reader written in Go. You can download it on the releases page. First, you need to create a config file in $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/gorgeous/config.ini. The format is the following: [c4ss] url=https://c4ss.org/feed After that you need to update all your feeds: $ gorgeous update After that you can view your feeds: $ gorgeous show c4ss Center for a Stateless Society Listing posts: $ gorgeous show c4ss 1 Recensione: New York 2140 2 The Importance of Quentin Meillassoux for Radicals 3 “Libero Scambio”, “Libero Mercato” e Libertari di Destra 4 Shutdown for Now—How to Shut It Down for Good!
Quick description of the emoji stealer 1.1.0 release
Two new features were added in this release: prepending “http://” if the scheme was not specified (i.e. emoji_stealer example.com) new -d/--directory option to specify the directory where to save the emojis. emoji_stealer will create it for you if it doesn’t exist. # check that priv/static/emoji/custom doesn't exist $ ls priv/static/emoji/custom ls: cannot access 'priv/static/emoji/custom': No such file or directory $ emoji_stealer cybre.space -d priv/static/emoji/custom 588 / 588 [===================================================================================================================================================================] 100.00% 1m40s The downloaded emojis are in the priv/static/emoji/custom directory.