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whatsapp-explorer

v1.0.0

Published

Tool to explore whatsapp messages

Downloads

4

Readme

whatsapp-explorer

Tool to explore whatsapp messages

oclif Version Downloads/week License

Usage

$ npm install -g whatsapp-explorer
$ whatsapp COMMAND
running command...
$ whatsapp (-v|--version|version)
whatsapp-explorer/1.0.0 darwin-x64 node-v12.14.1
$ whatsapp --help [COMMAND]
USAGE
  $ whatsapp COMMAND
...

Commands

whatsapp help [COMMAND]

display help for whatsapp

USAGE
  $ whatsapp help [COMMAND]

ARGUMENTS
  COMMAND  command to show help for

OPTIONS
  --all  see all commands in CLI

See code: @oclif/plugin-help

whatsapp phrases [FILE]

Get most common messages in Whatsapp chat

USAGE
  $ whatsapp phrases [FILE]

OPTIONS
  -M, --max-entries=max-entries  [default: 10] Number of entries to display
  -a, --all                      Show all results
  -f, --file=file                (required) File containing whatsapp messages
  -h, --help                     show CLI help
  -l, --min-length=min-length    [default: 1] Minimum phrase length
  -w, --word=word                Word to search
  -x, --extended                 show extra columns
  --columns=columns              only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                          output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter                filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header                    hide table header from output
  --no-truncate                  do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml         output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort                    property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

See code: src/commands/phrases.ts

whatsapp words [FILE]

Get most common words in Whatsapp chat messages

USAGE
  $ whatsapp words [FILE]

OPTIONS
  -M, --max-entries=max-entries  [default: 10] Number of entries to display
  -a, --all                      Show all results
  -f, --file=file                (required) File containing whatsapp messages
  -h, --help                     show CLI help
  -l, --min-length=min-length    [default: 3] Minimum word length
  -w, --word=word                Word to search
  -x, --extended                 show extra columns
  --columns=columns              only show provided columns (comma-separated)
  --csv                          output is csv format [alias: --output=csv]
  --filter=filter                filter property by partial string matching, ex: name=foo
  --no-header                    hide table header from output
  --no-truncate                  do not truncate output to fit screen
  --output=csv|json|yaml         output in a more machine friendly format
  --sort=sort                    property to sort by (prepend '-' for descending)

See code: src/commands/words.ts