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NAME ^

padconsole - manage your etherpad from the console

SYNOPSIS ^

padconsole [OPTION]

DESCRIPTION ^

Provides a console to manage an etherpad instance. Get infos about pads, delete them, etc.

       --help                      prints a help message and exit

       --version                   prints version and exit

       -e http://pad.example.com   URL of the etherpad instance

       -k secretPadApiKey          API key for the etherpad instance

       -u padUserLogin             username for the etherpad instance, if needed

       -p padUserPassword          password for the etherpad instance

       -c /path/to/config/file     use a different config file than \$XDG_HOME_DIR/padconsolerc or ~/.config/padconsolerc

COMMANDS ^

Once the padconsole is launched, you can use this commands:

       help                 : print this message

       exit                 : exit program

       count                : print the number of existing pads

       list                 : list all the existing pads (20 items per page)

       search <PATTERN>     : print the list of the pads which name matches the pattern (Perl regex) (20 items per page)

       delete <pad1> <pad2> : delete the pads pad1 pad2 (have to be separated by space)

       text <pad> [rev]     : print the pad content, at the revision [rev] if defined

       revcount <pad>       : print the number of revisions of a pad

       authors <pad>        : print the name of the differents authors who wrote on the pad

       infos <pad>          : print multiple informations about the pad

       writeconf            : write the configuration to $config_file

       use <alias>          : change connection to the etherpad instance which alias is <alias>

       alist                : print all the configured etherpads aliases

       current              : print configuration informations about the current etherpad instance

       open <pad>           : open pad in browser. If no pad is given, open the etherpad instance home page

       create <pad>         : create pad <pad>. If it already exists, print a warning

CONFIGURATION FILE ^

You can write it (that a simple YAML file), or launch padconsole with valid etherpad informations (options -e, -k and possibly -u and -p) and then use the writeconf command.

If you want to add instances, you can write them in the configuration file or launch padconsole with the informations and use writeconf, it will push the new instance in the configuration file.

    ---
    browser: x-www-browser
    instances:
      beta:
        url: http://pad1.example.com
        key: KLJfdskldJKLjkfds634lnfdsqxdsnjk5
        passwd: ~
        user: ~
      lite:
        url: http://pad2.example.com
        key: qSDHlfknsuIH290oitjepz6fqd3jeuzi
        passwd: myuser
        user: mypasswd

INSTALLATION ^

The better way to install it is by CPAN:

    cpan App::padconsole

You can install it manually:

    wget https://github.com/ldidry/padconsole/archive/master.zip -O padconsole.zip
    unzip padconsole.zip
    cd padconsole-master
    perl Makefile.PL
    make
    make test
    make install

BUGS and SUPPORT ^

       You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.

           perldoc padconsole

       Bugs and feature requests will be tracked at github:

           https://github.com/ldidry/padconsole/issues/

       The latest source code can be browsed and fetched at:

           https://github.com/ldidry/padconsole
           git clone git://github.com/ldidry/padconsole.git

       You can also look for information at:

           RT: CPAN's request tracker
           http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/Bugs.html?Dist=padconsole

           AnnoCPAN: Annotated CPAN documentation
           http://annocpan.org/dist/padconsole

           CPAN Ratings
           http://cpanratings.perl.org/d/padconsole

           Search CPAN
           http://search.cpan.org/dist/padconsole

AUTHOR ^

           Luc DIDRY
           CPAN ID: LDIDRY
           ldidry@cpan.org
           http://www.fiat-tux.fr/

COPYRIGHT ^

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

       The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.

SEE ALSO ^

       L<Etherpad::API>, L<https://github.com/ldidry/etherpad-admin>
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