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keep your pocket clean http://code.mrtazz.com/pocketcleaner/
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pocketcleaner






Overview

This is a utility to keep your Pocket list small and
manageable. It will archive all items in your list except for the newest n
items.

WARNING: This will archive items. Something you can't just undo.

Usage

pocketcleaner keeps your pocket clean

Usage:
  pocketcleaner [-d | --debug] [--keep=<keepCount>]
  pocketcleaner -h | --help | -v | --version

Options:
  -h --help          Show this screen.
  -d --debug         Show debug information.
  -v --version       Show version.
  --config=<config>  Config file to use
  --keep=<keepCount> Count of items to keep

Installation

Get auth tokens to use with pocketcleaner

Pocketcleaner doesn't come with any auth keys, so you will have to get your
own. The following steps are taken from
here.

1. Create an app in the developer portal

Make sure it has at least the retrieve and modify permissions.

2. Get a request token

curl https://getpocket.com/v3/oauth/request -X POST \
-H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "X-Accept: application/json" \
-d '{"consumer_key":"your-key-here","redirect_uri":"http://www.google.com"}'

3. Authorize the app

Visit the following URL in your browser and authorize the app.

https://getpocket.com/auth/authorize?request_token=request-token-here&redirect_uri=http://www.google.com

4. Convert request token to access token

curl https://getpocket.com/v3/oauth/authorize -X POST \
-H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "X-Accept: application/json" \
-d '{"consumer_key":"your-key-here","code":"request-token"}'

5. Make sure the token works by getting a list of your saved items

curl http://getpocket.com/v3/get -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/json" \
-H "X-Accept: application/json" \
-d '{"consumer_key":"your-key-here", "access_token":"access-token"}'

Install pocketcleaner

There are packages for linux up on
packagecloud.io
but you can also just clone the repo and build the binary yourself.

go get github.com/mrtazz/pocketcleaner
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/mrtazz/pocketcleaner
make

Docker

There is also a docker image on docker hub which you can use to run
pocketcleaner like this:

docker pull mrtazz/pocketcleaner
docker run -i -e "POCKETCLEANER_CONSUMER_SECRET=your_secret" -e "POCKETCLEANER_ACCESS_TOKEN=your_token" --rm mrtazz/pocketcleaner

Configuration

pocketcleaner reads the configuration file $HOME/.pocketcleaner.ini to get
consumer key, access token, and the number of items to keep. The format looks
like this:

consumer_key      = consumer-key
access_token      = access-token
keep_count        = 100
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