bamble is an open source numbers station
bamble is totally useless. this app was written for freedom, fun, and a personal challenge.
install bamble globally
$ sudo npm install bamble -g
generate a 25 entry pad into book1
$ bamble prep -n 25 --book book1
import the book1 pad
$ cat books/book1 | bamble import
generate a message from that pad
$ echo 'hello world' | bamble say -b book1 > filename.bamble
read a message from that pad
$ cat filename.bambled | bamble read -b book1
Writing does not advance the pad, so messages need to be read after writing to keep the writer's pad in sync with the audience's
When a message has been read successfully, its pad should be deleted so that the next message may be read, and for security
there are more options described in the help section of the app and each of its subcommands
$ bamble -h $ bamble say -h $ bamble read -h
and so on
in broad strokes...
install bamble locally
$ npm install bamble $ var Key = require('bamble/key') $ var newKey = new Key(); $ var secret = newKey.secret; // this is what you would give to someone so they could read your message $ var message = Key.sign('this is a message') // this will output a message $ var key2 = new Key(secret) $ key2.read(message) //=> returns 'this is a message'