The so-daily package

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Opens a browser and logins into the stackoverflow website every X minutes.

An example of scheduling logins for each 12 hours of runtime:

./so-daily --email example@domain.com --password test123 -repeat $((12*60))

This package is designed to work as a background process with a selenium server. Use the verbose option to print runtime information to standard output.

so-daily - automatic scheduled SO login

 Usage: sodaily [-r|--repeat X] [-v|--verbose] (-e|--email ARG)
                (-p|--password ARG)
   Login daily to the stackoverflow website

 Available options:

   -h, --help                Show this help text
   -r, --repeat X            Login in each X seconds
   -v, --verbose             Show more information while running
   -e, --email ARG           Email to use for login
   -p, --password ARG        Password to use for login

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Version0.1.0.0
Change logCHANGELOG.md
Dependenciesbase (==4.*), HTTP, old-locale (==1.*), optparse-applicative, text (>=0.11), time (==1.4.*), transformers (==0.3.*), webdriver (>=0.6) [details]
LicenseMIT
Copyright(c) 2015 Afonso Matos <contact@afonsomatos.com>
AuthorAfonso Matos
Maintainercontact@afonsomatos.com
CategoryWeb
Executablesso-daily
UploadedFri Sep 11 22:54:33 UTC 2015 by catgocat

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SO-Daily

This package contains a command line tool for automating SO logins in a regular ammount of time.

Starting

Install and run selenium server with

./Selenium.sh ~/Desktop/exampledir

Run the command line tool app

./so-daily --email example@domain.com --password test123 --verbose

All the options available are explained in the --help command output.

./so-daily --help