Command line tool for controlling PushBullet
$ pip install pushbullet-cli
Use Pushbullet from the command line.
First of all, set your API key by running:
$ pb set-key
Then pasting your API key at the prompt.
Push stdin to all devices:
$ echo "hello" | pb push
Push text to all devices:
$ pb push "I love burritos"
Pick a device to push to:
$ pb list-devices # Find the index of your desired device $ pb push -d 0 "iPhones cannot eat burritos"
$ pb push --link https://www.pushbullet.com/
$ pb push --file /path/to/burrito_photo.jpg
Push to all subscribers of channel:
$ pb push -c "CHANNEL" "Why burritos are better than tacos"
Send an SMS:
$ pb sms -d 0 -n +123456789 "I sense a soul in search of answers"
List your pushes:
$ pb list -c 20
To set the API key from within python:
import keyring, keyrings.alt if isinstance(keyring.get_keyring(), keyrings.alt.file.EncryptedKeyring): keyring.set_keyring(keyrings.alt.file.PlaintextKeyring()) keyring.set_password("pushbullet", "cli", PUSHBULLET_KEY)
- Remove Python 2.7 support (Countdown)
- Support to Click 7.0
- Add test cases
- Add CI build
- Add coverage report
- List previous pushes (#35)
- Avoid prompt the user when message is piped (#34)
- Removes default title (Note) (#36)
Many thanks to the original author @r-darwish
Pull requests are welcome
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