Comprehensive bindings and command line utility for the Pushover notification service
This is a fork of the python-pushover project from https://github.com/Thibauth/python-pushover.git It seems that it is no longer maintained and the latest code changes weren’t published as release. So at the moment this fork has no real code changes, but provides a new release and publishing to pypi.
The below documentation seems to be outdated.
You can install python-pushover from Pypi with:
$ pip install python-pushover
Or you can install it directly from GitHub:
git clone https://github.com/Thibauth/python-pushover.git cd python-pushover pip install .
After being imported, the module must be initialized by calling the init function with a valid application token. Thus, a typical use of the pushover module looks like this:
from pushover import init, Client init("<token>") Client("<user-key>").send_message("Hello!", title="Hello")
You can also pass the api_token optional argument to Client to initialize the module at the same time:
from pushover import Client client = Client("<user-key>", api_token="<api-token>") client.send_message("Hello!", title="Hello")
Attachments can be sent with the attachment parameter which takes as argument as file object:
with open('/path/to/my/image.png', 'rb') as image: client.send_message('Message with image', attachment=image)
python-pushover also comes with a command line utility pushover that you can use as follows:
pushover --api-token <api-token> --user-key <user-key> "Hello!"
Use pushover --help to see the list of available options.
Both the pushover module and the pushover command line utility support reading arguments from a configuration file.
The most basic configuration file looks like this:
[Default] api_token=aaaaaa user_key=xxxxxx
You can have additional sections and specify a device as well:
[Sam-iPhone] api_token=bbbbbb user_key=yyyyyy device=iPhone
python-pushover will attempt to read the configuration from ~/.pushoverrc by default. The section to read can be specified by using the profile argument. With the configuration file above, you can send a message by simply doing:
from pushover import Client Client().send_message("Hello!", title="Hello")
or pushover --title "Hello" "Hello!" from the command line.
You can access the full API documentation here.
- Add support for expire and retry parameters to the command line for priority=2 messages
- Add support for attachments
- Add support for the Glances API
- Add a cancel function to MessageRequest objects to cancel high priority messages
- Add support for html message styling
- Fix bug in MessageRequest.poll for priority=2 requests
- Fix bug when using current timestamp
- Add a pushover command line utility
- Add Python 3 support
- Add configuration file feature
- Easier and more compact Client class creation
- Switch to setuptools for easier installation and dependencies handling
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