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grep for GroupMe

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GrepMe

Grep for GroupMe

Installing

  1. pip install grepme
  2. Find your login token on https://dev.groupme.com/applications -> Terminal Application
  3. Run grepme. You should be prompted for your login token.

If you type your token wrong, you can use -D and grepme will prompt you again, e.g. grepme -D some_text

Usage

Grep options kept

  • -o
  • -v
  • -A, -B, -C
  • -h
  • --color (but without =always,auto,never)
  • -i
  • -V

New options

  • -l
  • -g
  • -d (similar to -n in grep)
  • -u
  • -f, -F
  • -D

Full usage

usage: grepme.py [-h] [-g GROUP] [-l] [-q] [-d] [-i] [-a AFTER_CONTEXT]
                 [-b BEFORE_CONTEXT] [-c CONTEXT] [--color] [--no-color]
                 [-u USER] [-f] [-F] [-o] [-v] [-V] [-D]
                 text [text ...]

grep for groupme, version 1.0.0

positional arguments:
  text                  text to search

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -g GROUP, --group GROUP
                        group to search. can be specified multiple times
  -l, --list            show all available groups and exit
  -q, --quiet           don't show who said something
  -d, --date            show the date a message was sent
  -i, --ignore-case     ignore case distinctions in both text and groups
  -a AFTER_CONTEXT, -A AFTER_CONTEXT, --after-context AFTER_CONTEXT
                        show the following n messages after a match
  -b BEFORE_CONTEXT, -B BEFORE_CONTEXT, --before-context BEFORE_CONTEXT
                        show the previous n messages before a match
  -c CONTEXT, -C CONTEXT, --context CONTEXT
                        show n messages around a match. overrides -A and -B.
  --color               always color output
  --no-color            never color output
  -u USER, --user USER  search by username. can be specified multiple times
  -f, --favorited, --liked
                        only show liked messages
  -F, --not-favorited, --not-liked
                        never show liked messages
  -o, --only-matching   only show text that matched, not the whole message
  -v, --reverse-matching
                        only show messages that didn't match
  -V, --version         show version
  -D, --delete-cached   delete cached credentials. useful if you mistype in
                        the inital login prompt

Note that group defaults to '^ACM$'. Unicode is handled fine, see below.

Example

$ ./grepme.py -i swear --group 'ACM$'
Huиter Damroи: I work in the IBM building but I can meet you at Swearingen or anywhere.
Matthew Clapp: Is anybody in Swearingen?
ℬℜΔƉѰ: Can someone confirm that the Airport monitors in Swearingen have a Code-a-thon announcement?
Justin Baum: Hey does anyone know who I should email so my Carolina Card can get me into Swearingen?
^C

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