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Weather for your command line, with pretty colors

Project description

This is a really simple script that gives you a pretty and colorful display of the weather on your command line. Presumably, it would be useful to put in your login script or MOTD so that you can see the weather when you log into a terminal.

Author:

Jack Rosenthal

Requires:

Python 3.4 or greater, Requests

License:

MIT

Contributing:

See CONTRIBUTING.rst

Installation

Install using pip:

pip install cweather

Usage

cweather [-h] [--api-key API_KEY] [--timeout TIMEOUT] [--no-color] [location]

-h, --help

show this help message and exit

--api-key API_KEY

Wunderground API key, defaults to WUNDERGROUND_API_KEY in your environment, or some random one that might work if unset

--timeout TIMEOUT

Timeout for connection

--no-color

No colors, default if TERM is vt100

location specifies a named location (e.g., Golden, CO) or a postal code, and will default to the LOCATION environment variable, or 80401 (Golden, CO) if unset.

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