CLI tool to search giphy, copy gif url to clipboard (macOS* and iTerm2** only)
$ npm install -g giphme
- Get an api key from giphy
- Load your api key to the tool in your first search:
$ giphme -k <your api key> <search term> # search term can include spaces and does not need to be enclosed in quotes
- Scroll through gifs using interactive prompt:
returnto view next gif in queue
- link for currently viewed gif automatically copied to clipboard,
cmd + vto paste
ctrl + cto exit, do another search
$ giphme i aint the sharpest tool in the shed
-k, --key <giphy api key> set giphy api key -c, --count <number gifs returned> number gifs to pick from, default 10 -r, --rating <gif rating> g, pg, pg-13, r, default pg -V, --version output the version number -h, --help output usage information
Note: when setting options, values are persisted for all subsequent searches
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2018 Chase Gruber.
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