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Grabs text from a URL and commits it.

Project description

Grabs text from a URL and commits it.

Some possible use cases:

  • collaborate on Markdown/LaTeX using Google Drive
  • incorporate and link to online code snippets
  • archive the history of a webpage

Requirements

  • Python 3.3+
  • Git

Installation

curmit can be installed with pip:

$ pip3 install curmit

or directly from the source code:

$ git clone https://github.com/jacebrowning/curmit.git
$ cd curmit
$ python3 setup.py install

Setup

  1. Create a new text file

  2. Add the following somewhere in the first few lines:

    curmit: <http://example.com>
    

    with your desired URL. An example using a Google Docs can be found here.

Usage

To update every flagged file with the current URL text, commit, and push:

$ curmit

That’s it!

# Revision History

## 1.0 (2015/10/03)

  • Updated html2text to 2015.2.18.

## 0.1.3 (2014/12/05)

  • Fixed missing logging messages.

## 0.1.2 (2014/02/11)

  • Changed versioning method.

## 0.1.1 (2014/02/11)

  • Switched to a package.

## 0.1 (2014/02/11)

  • Initial release.

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