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)
Add support for python 3.10
Bump keyring version (Security patches)
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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