Emoji on the command line
THIS IS A VERY USEFUL SCRIPT. IT WILL ABSOLUTELY BOOST YOUR PRODUCTIVITY AND HELP YOU IN YOUR DAILY WORK.
Basically, emojify substitutes emoji aliases that many services (like GitHub) use for emoji raw characters.
emojify is a shell script, so put it somewhere and make sure it's added to your
Here's a one-liner:
$ sudo sh -c "curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/mrowa44/emojify/master/emojify -o /usr/local/bin/emojify && chmod +x /usr/local/bin/emojify"
If you're on OS X, emojify is also on Homebrew:
$ brew install emojify
For Arch Linux users, a PKGBUILD is available in the AUR:
$ pacaur -S emojify
Here's a clever example:
$ emojify "Hey, I just :raising_hand: you, and this is :scream: , but here's my :calling: , so :telephone_receiver: me, maybe?"
Hey, I just
🙋you, and this is 😱, but here's my 📲, so 📞me, maybe?
$ emojify "To :bee: , or not to :bee: : that is the question... To take :muscle: against a :ocean: of troubles, and by opposing, end them?"
🐝, or not to 🐝: that is the question... To take 💪against a 🌊of troubles, and by opposing, end them?
Or you could run it through git log with something like:
$ git log --oneline --color | emojify | less -r
and go from this dull thing:
To have an alias that does that for you, add something like:
log = ! git log --oneline --color | emojify | less -r
Note: if you want colors you need to specify the
To invoke help run
- pyemojify - python port