Pocket-CLI is an application for reading / listing and managing your GetPocket.com articles from the terminal.
Note: This app is based on my [Pocket-API](https://github.com/rakanalh/pocket-api) package.
* Retrieves and indexes all of your articles and saves them into a CSV file in your home directory for quicker response.
* Enables you to specify your reading speed to calculate the amount of time each article requires. You can estimate your reading speed from online tests such as [Speed Reading Online Test](http://www.readingsoft.com/)
* Able to sort articles by reading time (default) and Article ID
* Enables you to search articles by keywords, tags and sort by [GetPocket's sorting params](https://getpocket.com/developer/docs/v3/retrieve). This will perform a request to Pocket.
* Automated app configuration through `pocket-cli configure` command.
* Uses LESS to list article for easy navigation.
* Multiple `fetch` command calls will retrieve articles since last fetch.
Note: This application has been tested on Python 2.7.10 and 3.5.0.
pip install pocket-cli
If you already have a Pocket API consumer key, skip to step 2.
1. Generate a Pocket API consumer key at https://getpocket.com/developer/apps/new. Here's an example:
2. Run `pocket-cli configure` and enter the consumer key generated in step 1 when prompted.
3. Next, you will be prompted for a sort order and your estimated reading speed. You may visit http://www.readingsoft.com/ to estimate your reading speed.
4. After you have finished selecting configurations for `pocket-cli`, a browser window will open requesting access to your Pocket account. Log in to Pocket (if you are not already logged in) and click **Authorize** to accept and complete the configuration of `pocket-cli`.
Usage: pocket-cli [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...
--help Show this message and exit.
To configure the app (for first time use)
To add a new article URL with additional params.
pocket-cli add --url <URL> --title <title> --tags <tag1> --tags <tag2>
Mark a specific article as read.
pocket-cli archive <ID>
To fetch all articles / or articles added since last fetch
To list your articles
pocket-cli list --limit 10 --order [asc|desc]
To select a random article for you to read
pocket-cli random --archive --browser
--archive will mark this article as read
--browser will open the article in your default browser
To read an article
pocket-cli random --open-origin --archive
--archive will mark this article as read
--open-origin will open the article's original URL rather than Pocket's.
To search for specific articles
pocket-cli --state [unread|archive|all] --sort [newest|oldest|title|site] --tag <search_by_tag> <Search Term>
You can add `/path/to/pocket-cli fetch` to your crontab to let the app fetch new articles every once and a while. For example, to fetch every 3 hours, execute crontab -e and add the following line:
* */3 * * * /usr/local/bin/pocket-cli fetch
Contributions are welcome! Fork the repository, create a branch, implement your changes and create a pull request and i'll be happy to review and merge your features / changes.
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Copyright (c) 2016 Rakan Alhneiti
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