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Access data from librus in your terminal.

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Access data from librus in your terminal.

Ever wanted to look like like a hacker?


Me, neither. But I hate oppening up my browser or using the shitty app from librus on my phone. This is why this project exists.

This is a pretty early release don't expect much in terms of anything. Don't even expect it to work

In terms of performance each command takes about a bit more than 2seconds, not great but certainly better than opening up a browser or using outdated data from the app.

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pip install libruscli

Then follow first configuration steps after running:


Optionally install

pip install colorama

to get colored output


$x as an arg means '$x days from now'

$x is a number, can be negative

When $x is amended $x=0

Display help

librus help

Display timetable for a day

librus day $x




PR's are welcome


MIT © 2019 Raven's Iris

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