The actual idea of SyncShell is synchronization of your devices shell history, Almost, this ability will be useful when you want to sync your office and home machines.
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Yet another tool for laziness Keep your machine's shell history synchronized <!-- Build Status --> <!-- License --> <!-- Release --> <!-- PyPi -->
SyncShell is just available on
PyPi and by the following command install the latest version:
$ pip install syncshell # Maybe sudo need
$ syncshell -- --help
String form: <syncshell.syncshell.Syncshell object at 0x7fa35d7d87f0>
How it Works
The actual idea of SyncShell is synchronization of your all device's shell history, it means you don't need to have concerns when you want to sync your office and home machine's shell history. Application integrated and built on top of Github Gist, and written in Python (CLI).
According to Github API, you can generate a token key with
gist scope to accessing to your gists. Gists have two
secret type which syncshell while executing
syncshell upload command will use secret type to store your history file and keep them secret on Github Gist.
On the others machine, by executing
syncshell download after entering your token key and created Gist ID you can download the gist and sync your shell's history.
Gists will be secret until you don't share it with someone else, In other words, It'll be secret and safe until you only have the Github Token and Gist ID.
zshand supporting other shells is in WIP.
Before SyncShell can be useful you need to setup your Github token key:
- Open Github personal access tokens page, Generate a new token with
- Execute the
syncshell authcommand, Enter your token key to validate and confirm it.
- Done :wink:
Now you can try to upload your shell history by the following command:
$ syncshell upload
After the uploading process, you'll take a Gist ID that by this ID and your Github token, you can download history on the others machine by executing the following command:
$ syncshell download
- [ ] Write more test cases
- [ ] Support
bashand other shells
So nice you wanna contribute to this repository. Thank you. You may contribute in several ways like:
- Creating new features
- Fixing bugs
- Write test cases
By the following command install syncshell dependencies
$ python install -r requirements.txt
Before submiting your PR, Execute the below command to be sure about passing test cases.
$ pytest -c pytest.ini -s
The code is licensed under the MIT License. See the data's LICENSE file for more information.
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the SyncShell README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.