Google services via command line

I don’t know how I missed the announcement and why there is no noise around this release, but here it goes.  GoogleCL is a tool that you use from the command line to access Google web services.  I just installed it on my Fedora 13 laptop and its awesome!

Here is what you need to do to intall

$ sudo yum install python-gdata
$ wget
$ tar xzvf googlecl-0.9.7.tar.gz
$ cd googlecl-0.9.7
$ sudo python install

Here are some of the things that you can do.  And I guess more is coming shortly.

The first time you’ll connect to any of the Google web services using this tool, you’ll need to authenticate and grant access to the application.  After that – it’s all pure honey.

4 thoughts on “Google services via command line”

  1. can we use google cl to login some service using a non gmail account, for instance for blogger i use a yahoo account can't use google cl for that?

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