Are you a Yale student? Do you just not feel self-righteous enough? Have you nothing better to do than replace arbitrary portions of your workflow with command-line apps? Do you spend all day in iTerm and
tmux and exclusively edit files in
vim? Does your
.vimrc have more lines than you've been on dates? Then
yale is the tool for you.
yale directory, run:
for a full installation.
Alternatively, if you're working on
yale in a development environment, you may wish to symlink the executable for ease of testing:
Any of these commands may require root privileges depending on your environment. However, since this is no longer high school, that shouldn't be a problem, right?
At first run, your credentials will be requested and saved to
~/.psc_credentials.yml. Other configuration options will populate
~/.psc.yml, and may be tweaked as desired.