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Bulkippt CLI

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BulkipptCLI offers a command line interface alternative to using the Bulkippt gem (https://github.com/jboursiquot/bulkippt) in your application. If you just need to import your bookmarks from a CSV into your kippt.com account with a single one-liner from your shell, this is your tool.

Installation

$ gem install bulkippt-cli

Usage

Upon installation, the bulkippt command should be available to you in the terminal. Running the command without any arguments will list the available tasks you can perform. The built-in help can also assist you with invocation parameters like so:

$ bulkippt help submit

To invoke the submit task (in test mode):

$ bulkippt submit ~/path/to/my/bookmarks.csv -u kippt_username -t kippt_token

The above command will submit the bookmarks you've listed in your CSV using your kippt.com username and token passed in through the -u and -t flags. See developers.kippt.com for that information.

Your bookmarks CSV is expected to have the following columns: url, title, description.

The result of running the command successfully will be something like this:

I, [2012-11-14T01:40:55.938107 #66997]  INFO -- : SUCCESS: Kippt http://www.kippt.com
I, [2012-11-14T01:40:55.938230 #66997]  INFO -- : SUCCESS: Pinboard http://pinboard.in
I, [2012-11-14T01:40:55.938288 #66997]  INFO -- : SUCCESS: Delicious http://delicious.com
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Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes with tests (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request
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