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drewcrawford committed Apr 23, 2010
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-phonepipe lets you send push notifications to your phone from the commandline.
+phonepipe lets you send push notifications to your iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad from the commandline You need to have the Notifo app installed on your device.
+phonepipe will take your credentials from standard input and save them to ~/.phonepipe on the first run.
To install, use
python ---install
@@ -9,4 +11,16 @@ To notify yourself when the compile is done, use
To copy your ip addresses, use
ifconfig | grep inet | phone
-All phonepipe arguments begin with '---'. The reason is because I am occasionally so
+All phonepipe arguments begin with '---'. The reason is because I am occasionally so lazy as to not enquote the messages I want to send (and I occasionally send messages with '--' in them, i.e. outputs of commands, etc.), so phonepipe accepts unquoted command line arguments as a message. Both of these do the same thing:
+ phone send this message
+ phone "send this message"
+ phone [---title=<title>] [---label=<label>] [---url=<url>] [message]
+title: title of the message, usually given its own line
+label: label of the message. For most notifo notifications, this indicates the name of the sending service.
+url: Notifo has a URL field that allows you to navigate to that URL with a tap from inside the app.
+phonepipe also accepts a message from standard input.
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#!/usr/bin/env python
+"""This program is free software. It comes without any warranty, to
+ * the extent permitted by applicable law. You can redistribute it
+ * and/or modify it under the terms of the Do What The Fuck You Want
+ * To Public License, Version 2, as published by Sam Hocevar. See
+ * for more details.
+ If you do find a use for it, please consider submitting patches to
+ or just shooting me an e-mail at"""
import urllib

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