Golang + ZeroMQ + libnotify tool to connect to a zmq_notify.rb weechat script
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README.md

flaming-happiness

Golang + ZeroMQ + libnotify tool to connect to a zmq_notify.rb weechat script

This is ideal for situatishes like screen + weechat is running on a faroff remote host, so a notification plugin for weechat would have no good access to DISPLAY on the local host that you are connecting from. Further, since it is pub/sub, there is no limit to only having a single client being notified.

Install

if you have ZeroMQ v3 installed, run:

go get github.com/vbatts/flaming-happiness/noti

for ZeroMQ v2

go get -tags zmq2 github.com/vbatts/flaming-happiness/noti

If you're on Fedora, for dependencies, run:

yum install golang zeromq3-devel libnotify-devel

If you're on debian, for dependencies, run:

apt-get install golang libnotify-dev libzmq3-dev

Running

First you'll need to add the zmq_notify.rb file to ~/.weechat/ruby/ and load it from weechat (you can symlink it in the ./autoload/ directory to have this script loaded when weechat launches)

/ruby load zmq_notify.rb

Then run noti against your site

noti tcp://example.com:2428

Be sure you've allowed for any firewalling between noti and the zmq_notify

Thanks

To folks that had already supplied the pieces of a simpler enabler like this and to github for the wonky repository name recommendations.