'Cuz Pippi has freckles.
You can install this by installing node and npm and then running:
npm install pippi -g
Pip reads from a config file, so you'll want to create a ~/.freckle file with the following information and then modify each variable to your specific information.
Note: your API token can be found by logging into Freckle, clicking on 'settings & tools', and then the API tab.
You'll want to run
pippi list at least once to make sure you're connected properly, and to get a list of all projects which will be saved and used for project id lookups.
Usage: pippi [command] [options][Commands]list List projects associated with your subdomain. This will giveyou a list of project names and their IDs which you need forlogging your entries.ex: pippi listlog Log time entries using various options.ex: pippi log -p 101814 -m "quick update" -t 15m[Options]-h, --help Display this help page.ex: pippi -h-t, --time Time entry in freckle specified format.ex: pippi -t 15mex: pippi -t 1.5h-p, --project The project ID.ex: pippi -p 101814-m, --message Post a message to yammerex: pippi -m "I'm working on pippi"ex: pippi -m "tag, tag, tag"-d, --date Optional date formated in YYYY-MM-DD. Defaults to today.ex: pippi -d 2012-07-20-u, --user Optional user to log time for. Defaults to user in config.json.ex: pippi -u firstname.lastname@example.org