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ppl aims to be address book software for command-line users. It's pronounced like "people". You might be interested in ppl if:
- You like using the command-line
- You want ownership of your address book data back from the cloud
- You prefer to keep your data stored in an open format
$ sudo gem install ppl
List all contacts
$ ppl ls dave: email@example.com fred: firstname.lastname@example.org john: email@example.com
Add a contact
$ ppl add paul "Paul Baker"
Show a contact
$ ppl show fred Fred Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Delete a contact
$ ppl rm dave
Change a contact's ID
$ ppl mv dave david
Change a contact's name
$ ppl name john "John Smith"
Change a contact's email address
$ ppl email dave email@example.com
Change a contact's birthday
$ ppl bday john 1980-01-01
Bug reports, fixes, and additional features are encouraged. The project uses Github issues to track bug reports.
Everyone interacting in ppl’s codebases, issue trackers etc is expected to follow the code of conduct.
ppl is released under the MIT License.