Command line utility for publishing to any WriteFreely instance. Works on Windows, macOS, and Linux.
The WriteFreely CLI is compatible with WriteFreely v0.11 or later.
- Authenticate with any WriteFreely instance
- Publish drafts
- Manage multiple WriteFreely accounts on multiple instances
- A stable, easy back-end for your GUI app or desktop-based workflow
- Locally keeps track of any posts you make
- Update and delete posts
- Fetch any post by ID
The easiest way to get the CLI is to download a pre-built executable for your OS.
Get the latest version for your operating system as a standalone executable.
Download the 64-bit executable and put it somewhere in your
Go get it
go get github.com/writeas/writeas-cli/cmd/wf
Once this finishes, you'll see
To upgrade the CLI, download and replace the executable you downloaded before.
If you previously installed with
go get, run it again with the
go get -u github.com/writeas/writeas-cli/cmd/wf
See full usage documentation on our User Guide.
wf [global options] command [command options] [arguments...] COMMANDS: post Alias for default action: create post from stdin new Compose a new post from the command-line and publish publish Publish a file delete Delete a post update Update (overwrite) a post get Read a raw post posts List draft posts blogs List blogs accounts List all currently logged in accounts auth Authenticate with a WriteFreely instance logout Log out of a WriteFreely instance help, h Shows a list of commands or help for one command GLOBAL OPTIONS: -c value, -b value Optional blog to post to --tor, -t Perform action on Tor hidden service --tor-port value Use a different port to connect to Tor (default: 9150) --code Specifies this post is code --md Returns post URL with Markdown enabled --verbose, -v Make the operation more talkative --font value Sets post font to given value (default: "mono") --lang value Sets post language to given ISO 639-1 language code --user-agent value Sets the User-Agent for API requests --host value, -H value Operate against a custom hostname --user value, -u value Use authenticated user, other than default --help, -h show help --version, -V print the version