Achoo is a command line interface for Achievo. It works by scraping achievo web pages and sending HTTP requests.
These instructions are for installing on Ubuntu but they will probably work with minor adjustments on other systems as well.
I recommend using RVM (beginrescueend.com/). This enables you to safely mess with ruby without messing with the system ruby. Achoo is developed using ruby 1.9.3.
Make sure that you have achoo's non-gem requirements installed:
sudo aptitude install libxml2 libxml2-dev libxslt1 libxslt1-dev
Need to install some libs required to compile ruby
sudo aptitude install build-essential libssl-dev libreadline6-dev
bash < <(curl -s https://rvm.beginrescueend.com/install/rvm) # ... (follow the instructions for loading rvm into your shell's session) rvm install 1.9.3 rvm use 1.9.3 --default
gem install achoo
sudo aptitude install git-core
git clone git://github.com/kjellm/achoo.git
Or if you already has cloned achoo, update with
Generate gem and install it
gem build achoo.gemspec gem install achoo-XXX.gem
First, make sure that language in Achievo's user preferences is English and theme is 'no value'.
Create ~/.achoo from the following template (YAML) and edit it:
--- :url : 'https://example.com/achievo/' :user : 'joe' :password : 'geheim' :vcs_dirs : ["/home/joe/projects"] :ical : - :url : "https://foo.example.com/joe/Calendar" :user : "joe" :pass : 'GeHeIm'
chmod 0600 ~/.achoo
You can then run achoo from a shell with the achoo command
For more usage information, see this blog post.
Report bugs to github.com/kjellm/achoo/issues
Kjell-Magne Øierud <kjell-magne AT oierud DOT org>
This computer program is distributed under the GPL. Please see the COPYING file part of this distribution.