Ansi Weather 2
Further to my previous post on ansi weather
I wrote this, which asks for your location, and displays the weather.
echo "where do you live ?" read location ansiweather -l $location
In my previous post I was trying to use sed to clean up the output, this isn't needed as the -a option removes the colour coding from the output
ansiweather -a false -l Plymouth, UK >> weatherinfo.txt
Weather in Plymouth => -10 °C – Wind => 1.72 m/s NNW – Humidity => 62 % – Pressure => 1028 hPa
Which is far better.
so our new shell script is
1 #send weather info to Mastodon 2 # current date 3 date > weatherinfo.txt 4 # current weather 5 # use -a false to remove colour from output, set location, output to a file 6 ansiweather -a false -l Plymouth, UK >> weatherinfo.txt 7 # output to console too 8 ansiweather -a false -l Plymouth, UK 9 #send to Mastodon 10 toot post < weatherinfo.txt 11 # done 12 echo done
So the final output to Mastodon is
There are more options in the READ.me file
Thank you to Noisytoot for helping with this.
If you now combine the 2nd script with the one I have at the top of this page you should be able to input your location, then get the local weather.
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