Snipline CLI 0.1 released - The command line interface for Snipline
Good news everyone! I’ve been working hard on a beta for Snipline CLI and it’s now available to download and use.
This is an early release so expect there to be missing features and bugs. Although I’ve had no problems so far, I recommend that you do not put this on production machines and always read the commands you generate carefully (It wouldn’t hurt to also check them against ShellCheck as well).
Sync, search and run commands directly from command line
Snipline CLI allows you to search directly from your terminal, on any
machine that you install it on. Simply log-in to your Snipline account
snipcli login, fetch your Snipline snippets with
and begin searching with
snipcli search <term>.
Snipline CLI can be used without an active Snipline account. Use
snipcli init to generate the configuration file. After this is done,
you can edit the
snippets.json file manually, or in future releases,
use the built in web interface (
After fetching your snippets, Snipline CLI will store them locally and it only needs to connect to the internet to fetch or update any changes.
With this first release, creating, editing and deleting from Snipline
CLI is not possible, but the long term goal is to be able to do all of
these things offline and then use
snipcli sync when you want to sync
to your Snipline account.
Export your snippets
This goes hand-in-hand with the offline usage. When you sync your
snippets they are saved to
~/.config/snipline/snippets.json, so you
can always have your snippets even if you don’t have access to the
Open Source 🤯
Snipline CLI is available for MacOS and Linux via Homebrew, Snapcraft, or from source.
Checkout the documentation for installation and usage available on Github.