Client for notify.run notifications.
notify-run can be installed with pip:
pip install notify-run
This will install both a Python module notify_run for sending notifications programmatically, and the notify-run command for sending notifications from the shell.
Before you use either the shell command or Python package to send notifications, you must configure an endpoint. Both the command-line interface and Python interface provide a way of creating this configuration, and the configuration is shared by both. The configuration is stored in a file called .config/notify-run in your home directory.
Register a channel
To register a channel:
You will then be presented with a link that you can open on the devices you wish to subscribe to the channel. A QR code encoding the link is also provided for convinience.
Once you have registered a channel, you can send a message to it with the send subcommand:
notify-run send "Hi from notify-run."
To open a webpage when the notification is clicked, you can pass it to notify-run as the -a parameter:
notify-run send “Click to open notify.run!” -a https://notify.run
Using an Existing Endpoint
If you want to point notify-run at an existing endpoint, for example one created through the web interface, you can use the configure subcommand instead of register:
notify-run configure <endpoint URL>
The commands above can also be used through a Python interface:
from notify_run import Notify notify = Notify() notify.register() notify.send('Hi there!') notify.send('Click to open notify.run!', 'https://notify.run')
The notify.register() and notify.info() commands return an EndpointInfo object. When rendered in a terminal, this prints the QR code in a terminal-friendly way. When used in a Jupyter notebook, it displays the QR code inline.