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Command-line tool to interact with WordPress blogs. You can read, publish and administer to some degree.
Works with WordPress.com and self-hosted blogs running Jetpack. If running Jetpack it requires the JSON API to be enabled, which should be activated by default.
You need to configure with an authorization token and blog id for each of your blogs. To do so, you can authorize using this site, which looks totally sketchy but it is run by a good guy, trust me: https://rest-access.test.apokalyptik.com/
Once you obtain the token and blog id, create ~/.wpgo.conf with the following two parameters:
token = ABCDEFGH123456 blog_id = 123456
You can setup multiple blogs, by specifying multiple entries, labeling each with [name] before parameters. The name used in brackets, is what you'll type on the command-line.
[mkaz] token = ABCDEF123456 blog_id = 123456 [tinker] token = ZYXWVU987654 blog_id = 987654
$ wpgo read $ wpgo read [post-id] $ wpgo post filename.md $ wpgo stats $ wpgo upload image.jpg
Multiple sites using blog name
$ wpgo mkaz read $ wpgo mkaz read [post-id] $ wpgo mkaz post filename.md $ wpgo mkaz stats $ wpgo mkaz upload image.jpg
See sample-post.md for format. It is similar in style to Jekyll or other static-site tools by specifying post details in the front matter. You can specify title, date, category, and tags.
You? Pull requests welcome.