Log your command history to an analytics engine
Tail files, and do things with them.
Run pip install erudite or if it’s your thing: easy_install erudite. You’ll need to also get argparse if you’re using a Python less than 2.7.
This might work on Python 3+, but I haven’t tested it.
Send first words of your zsh history to [StatHat](http://www.stathat.com) (currently the default):
erudite –parser=zsh_history –logger=StatHatLogger –firstname.lastname@example.org ~/.zsh_history
If you just want to play around, and see what you can do:
erudite –parser=zsh_history –logger=PrintingLogger ~/.zsh_history
Parsers (used to parse lines) are in erudite/parsers.py, and loggers (used to do things with parsed lines) are in erudite/loggers.py.
It would be totally awesome to have many many more options in this script. I’m totally open to contributions. But there are a few things that will help me:
- Your fork should have a topic branch with your feature, requesting to pull against develop
- Please don’t add any requirements for loggers to setup.py - catch ImportError and exit gracefully. (see StatHatLogger for an example)
- If you’re adding a parser, it would be awesome if you could attach some sample input.
- Just for fun, you might want to run pylint against your changes.
- If you’re changing default settings, it’s totally cool. Just ask me first.
- You should add yourself to Authors in the README.
In particular, here are some things/ideas that would be great to have:
See LICENSE.md (hint: it’s Apache 2.0)
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