A commandline tool for Melbourne's TramTracker
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README.md

Tramtracker

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A commandline tool for Melbourne's TramTracker

Installation

gem install tramtracker

Basic usage

To simply print the next trams for a given stop:

tramtracker <stop-id>

To poll at a regular interval, use the -p option:

tramtracker -p <stop-id>

To see the help information, use the -h options:

tramtracker -h

Configuration

You may create a ~/.tramtracker file containing the stop-id and omit the command line argument