- Written in Python
- Uses the stackoverflow api.
- You need bash for it too work.
$ pip install wolfe
2: From Source
$ git clone https://github.com/h4ck3rk3y/wolfe $ cd wolfe/ $ python setup.py install
Ask Mr. Wolfe to record errors, ask politely
$ wolfe on
Ask him to solve the last problem you faced via stackoverflow
$ wolfe $l
Ask him to solve the last problem you faced via google
$ wolfe $l --google
Tell him his services aren't needed any more
$ wolfe off
$ wolfe --help
Mr. Wolfe edits your
.bashrc and stores a copy of the original
.bashrc file in
~/.bashrc.bak, every time the
wolfe on command is run.
If your terminal is messed up do
cp ~/.bashrc.bak ~/.bashrc
Mr. Wolfe doesn't change
.bashrc when the terminal is exited, do
to undo the changes to the
The pip package runs on my api key.
The source now includes a support for the environment variable
WOLFE_API_KEY. Use this to set your own
environment variable, fallsback to the default if environment variable not found.
Use the issue tracker to file bugs or push new features.
Open sourced under the MIT License