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havedate - interact with dating websites
havedate [-dqv] [-b backends] [-cnfs] [command [arguments..]]
havedate [--help] [--version]
Console application allowing to interact with various dating websites and to optimize
* aum ("Adopte un Mec" French dating website)
* happn (Happn dating mobile application)
* okc (OkCupid)
* playme (PlayMe dating mobile application)
* tinder (Tinder dating mobile application)
Display dating events.
Export All threads
Export the thread identified by ID
Display all threads.
Default is limited to 10 results.
optim [list | start | edit | stop] BACKEND [OPTIM1 [OPTIM2 ...]]
All dating backends offer optimization services. This command can be
Use * us BACKEND value to apply command to all backends.
* list list all available optimizations of a backend
* start start optimization services on a backend
* edit configure an optimization service for a backend
* stop stop optimization services on a backend
Display photos of a profile
post RECEIVER@BACKEND[,RECEIVER@BACKEND[...]] [TEXT]
Post a message to the specified receivers.
Multiple receivers are separated by a comma.
If no text is supplied on command line, the content of message is read on stdin.
Display a profile
Send a query to someone.
Read a message
Display status information about a backend.
backends [ACTION] [BACKEND_NAME]...
Select used backends.
ACTION is one of the following (default: list):
* enable enable given backends
* disable disable given backends
* only enable given backends and disable the others
* list list backends
* add add a backend
* register register a new account on a website
* edit edit a backend
* remove remove a backend
* list-modules list modules
Follow a path.
".." is a special case and goes up one directory.
"" is a special case and goes home.
condition [EXPRESSION | off]
If an argument is given, set the condition expression used to filter the results.
See CONDITION section for more details and the expression.
If the "off" value is given, conditional filtering is disabled.
If no argument is given, print the current condition expression.
count [NUMBER | off]
If an argument is given, set the maximum number of results fetched.
NUMBER must be at least 1.
"off" value disables counting, and allows infinite searches.
If no argument is given, print the current count value.
formatter [list | FORMATTER [COMMAND] | option OPTION_NAME [on | off]]
If a FORMATTER is given, set the formatter to use.
You can add a COMMAND to apply the formatter change only to
a given command.
If the argument is "list", print the available formatters.
If the argument is "option", set the formatter options.
Valid options are: header, keys.
If on/off value is given, set the value of the option.
If not, print the current value for the option.
If no argument is given, print the current formatter.
Set logging level.
Availables: debug, info, warning, error.
* quiet is an alias for error
* default is an alias for warning
ls [-d] [-U] [PATH]
List objects in current path.
If an argument is given, list the specified path.
Use -U option to not sort results. It allows you to use a "fast path" to
return results as soon as possible.
Use -d option to display information about a collection (and to not
display the content of it). It has the same behavior than the well
know UNIX "ls" command.
Default is limited to 40 results.
Quit the application.
select [FIELD_NAME]... | "$direct" | "$full"
If an argument is given, set the selected fields.
$direct selects all fields loaded in one http request.
$full selects all fields using as much http requests as necessary.
If no argument is given, print the currently selected fields.
show program's version number and exit
show this help message and exit
-b BACKENDS, --backends=BACKENDS
what backend(s) to enable (comma separated)
-e EXCLUDE_BACKENDS, --exclude-backends=EXCLUDE_BACKENDS
what backend(s) to exclude (comma separated)
do not validate SSL
Send messages with an empty body.
-t TITLE, --title=TITLE
For the "post" command, set a title to message
display debug messages. Set up it twice to more verbosity
display only error messages
display info messages
file to save logs
save every response
-c CONDITION, --condition=CONDITION
filter result items to display given a boolean expression. See CONDITION section
for the syntax
-n COUNT, --count=COUNT
limit number of results (from each backends)
-s SELECT, --select=SELECT
select result item keys to display (comma separated)
-f FORMATTER, --formatter=FORMATTER
select output formatter (atom, csv, events, htmltable, json, json_line, msg,
msglist, multiline, profile, simple, table, webkit, xhtml)
do not display header
do not display item keys
-O OUTFILE, --outfile=OUTFILE
file to export result
The -c and --condition is a flexible way to filter and get only interesting results. It
supports conditions on numerical values, dates, durations and strings. Dates are given in
YYYY-MM-DD or YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM format. Durations look like XhYmZs where X, Y and Z are
integers. Any of them may be omitted. For instance, YmZs, XhZs or Ym are accepted. The
syntax of one expression is "field operator value". The field to test is always the left
member of the expression.
The field is a member of the objects returned by the command. For example, a bank account
has "balance", "coming" or "label" fields.
The following operators are supported:
= Test if object.field is equal to the value.
!= Test if object.field is not equal to the value.
> Test if object.field is greater than the value. If object.field is date, return
true if value is before that object.field.
< Test if object.field is less than the value. If object.field is date, return true
if value is after that object.field.
| This operator is available only for string fields. It works like the Unix standard
grep command, and returns True if the pattern specified in the value is in
You can make a expression combinations with the keywords " AND ", " OR " an " LIMIT ".
The LIMIT keyword can be used to limit the number of items upon which running the
expression. LIMIT can only be placed at the end of the expression followed by the number
of elements you want.
boobank ls --condition 'label=Livret A'
Display only the "Livret A" account.
boobank ls --condition 'balance>10000'
Display accounts with a lot of money.
boobank history account@backend --condition 'label|rewe'
Get transactions containing "rewe".
boobank history account@backend --condition 'date>2013-12-01 AND date<2013-12-09'
Get transactions betweens the 2th December and 8th December 2013.
boobank history account@backend --condition 'date>2013-12-01 LIMIT 10'
Get transactions after the 2th December in the last 10 transactions
Copyright(C) 2010-2016 Romain Bignon
For full copyright information see the COPYING file in the weboob package.
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