The personal information dashboard for your terminal

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WTF

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WTF (aka 'wtfutil') is the personal information dashboard for your terminal, providing at-a-glance access to your very important but infrequently-needed stats and data.

Used by thousands of developers and tech people around the world, WTF is free and open-source. To support the continued use and development of WTF, please consider sponsoring WTF via GitHub Sponsors.

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Installation

Installing via Homebrew

The simplest way from Homebrew:

brew install wtfutil

wtfutil

That version can sometimes lag a bit, as recipe updates take time to get accepted into homebrew-core. If you always want the bleeding edge of releases, you can tap it:

brew tap wtfutil/wtfutil
brew install wtfutil

wtfutil

Installing via MacPorts

You can also install via MacPorts:

sudo port selfupdate
sudo port install wtfutil

wtfutil

Installing a Binary

Download the latest binary from GitHub.

WTF is a stand-alone binary. Once downloaded, copy it to a location you can run executables from (ie: /usr/local/bin/), and set the permissions accordingly:

chmod a+x /usr/local/bin/wtfutil

and you should be good to go.

Installing from Source

If you want to run the build command from within your $GOPATH:

# Set the Go proxy
export GOPROXY="https://proxy.golang.org,direct"

# Disable the Go checksum database
export GOSUMDB=off

# Enable Go modules
export GO111MODULE=on

go get -u github.com/wtfutil/wtf
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/wtfutil/wtf
make install
make run

If you want to run the build command from a folder that is not in your $GOPATH:

# Set the Go proxy
export GOPROXY="https://proxy.golang.org,direct"

go get -u github.com/wtfutil/wtf
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/wtfutil/wtf
make install
make run

Installing from Source using Docker

All building is done inside a docker container. You can then copy the binary to your local machine.

curl -o Dockerfile.build https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wtfutil/wtf/master/Dockerfile.build
docker build -f Dockerfile.build -t wtfutil --build-arg=version=master .
docker create --name wtf_build wtfutil
docker cp wtf_build:/usr/local/bin/wtfutil ~/.local/bin
docker rm wtf_build

Note: WTF is only compatible with Go versions 1.16.0 or later (due to the use of Go modules and newer standard library functions). If you would like to use gccgo to compile, you must use gccgo-9 or later which introduces support for Go modules.

Installing via Arch User Repository

Arch Linux users can utilise the wtfutil package to build it from source, or wtfutil-bin to install pre-built binaries.

Running via Docker

You can run wtf inside a docker container:

# download or create the Dockerfile
curl -o Dockerfile https://raw.githubusercontent.com/wtfutil/wtf/master/Dockerfile

# build the docker container
docker build -t wtfutil .

# or for a particular tag or branch
docker build --build-arg=version=v0.25.0 -t wtfutil .

# run the container
docker run -it wtfutil

# run container with a local config file
docker run -it -v path/to/config.yml:/config/config.yml wtfutil --config=/config/config.yml

Communication

Slack

If you’re a member of the Gophers Slack community (https://invite.slack.golangbridge.org) there’s a WTFUtil channel you should join for all your WTF questions, development conversations, etc.

Find #wtfutil on https://gophers.slack.com/ and join us.

Twitter

Also, follow on Twitter for news and latest updates.

Documentation

See https://wtfutil.com for the definitive documentation. Here's some short-cuts:

Modules

Modules are the chunks of functionality that make WTF useful. Modules are added and configured by including their configuration values in your config.yml file. The documentation for each module describes how to configure them.

Some interesting modules you might consider adding to get you started:

Getting Bugs Fixed or Features Added

WTF is open-source software, informally maintained by a small collection of volunteers who come and go at their leisure. There are absolutely no guarantees that, even if an issue is opened for them, bugs will be fixed or features added.

If there is a bug that you really need to have fixed or a feature you really want to have implemented, you can greatly increase your chances of that happening by creating a bounty on BountySource to provide an incentive for someone to tackle it.

Contributing to the Source Code

First, kindly read Talk, then code by Dave Cheney. It's great advice and will often save a lot of time and effort.

Next, kindly read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests.

Then create your branch, write your code, submit your PR, and join the rest of the awesome people who've contributed their time and effort towards WTF. Without their contributors, WTF wouldn't be possible.

Don't worry if you've never written Go before, or never contributed to an open source project before, or that your code won't be good enough. For a surprising number of people WTF has been their first Go project, or first open source contribution. If you're here, and you've read this far, you're the right stuff.

Contributing to the Documentation

Documentation now lives in its own repository here: https://github.com/wtfutil/wtfdocs.

Please make all additions and updates to documentation in that repository.

Adding Dependencies

Dependency management in WTF is handled by Go modules. Please check out that page for more details on how Go modules work.

Contributors


Chris Cummer


Anand Sudhir Prayaga


Hossein Mehrabi


FengYa


deltax


Bill Keenan


June S


liyiheng


baustinanki


lucus lee


Mike Lloyd


Sergio Rubio


Farhad Farahi


Lasantha Kularatne


Mark Old


flw


David Barda


Geoff Lee


George Opritescu


Grazfather


Michael Cordell


Patrick José Pereira


sherod taylor


Andrew Scott


Lassi Piironen


BlackWebWolf


andrewzolotukhin


Leon Stigter


Amr Tamimi


Jagdeep Singh


Lineu Felipe


Konstantin


Brendan O'Leary


bertl4398


Ferenc-


Rohan Verma


Tim Fitzgerald


Federico Ruggi


Craig Woodward


ReadmeCritic


Eugene


Kenny Wu


Renán Romero


Bastian Groß


nicholas-eden


Dan Rabinowitz


David Missmann


Mathias Weber


TheRedSpy15


Harald Nordgren


Matei Alexandru Gardus


Sean Smith


Halil Kaskavalci


Johan Denoyer


Jelle Vink


Devin Collins


Danne Stayskal


Max Beizer


E:V:A


Gabriel


Andrew Scibek


FriedCosey


Michele Gerarduzzi


Jack Morris


foorb


Levi Baber


Graham Anderson


Romain Bossart


Kirill Motkov


Brian Choromanski


Sean DuBois


Gary Kim


Dylan


Dmytro Prokhorenkov


Elliot


chenrui


Andrew Suderman


Bob 'Wombat' Hogg


Christopher Hall


Heitor Neiva


Herby Gillot


James Canning


jeffz


Mikkel Jeppesen Juhl


Erik


Nate Yourchuck


Casey Primozic


Alvaro [Andor]


Joel Valentine


Viktor Braun


ChrisDBrown


Narendra L


ibaum


Tim Scheuermann


Indradhanush Gupta


Victor Hugo Avelar Ossorio


Steven Whitehead


Lawrence Craft


Avi Press


Sarah Kraßnigg


Jason Schweier


Massa


Vighnesh SK


Alex Fornuto


stevenwhitehead


Johan Denoyer


Albert Salim


Ricardo N Feliciano


Omer Davutoglu


Hemu


Dan Bent


C123R


Matjaž Depolli


Toon Schoenmakers


TDHTTTT


jottr


Nikolay Mateev


Charlie Wang


liyiheng


Bjoern Weidlich


Scott Hansen


David Bond


Yvonnick Esnault


Vinícius Letério


Adriano


Jon Hadfield


Tejas Shah


Frederik Mogensen


Risto Saarelma


Sam Roberts


gerchardon


Matt


R.I.Pienaar


Frederik Mogensen


aeter


Tim Hwang


Ying Fan Chong


Martin Johns


Jamie Tanna


Todd Trimble


Mitchell Hanberg


Miha Frangež


Sahil Dhiman


Pingzhou | 平舟


Yuval Goldberg


David Bouchare


Fredrik Steen


zye1996


Pierre Gaxatte


Christian Frichot


Lukas Kämmerling

Acknowledgments

The inspiration for WTF came from Monica Dinculescu's tiny-care-terminal.

WTF is built atop tcell and tview, fantastic projects both. WTF is built, packaged, and deployed via GoReleaser.

Issues
  • Security: open call for thoughts on securing WTF's config file

    Security: open call for thoughts on securing WTF's config file

    WTF's config.yml file is a plain text file stored in the user's home directory. Given the nature of many of the modules in WTF, that file could hold account information, passwords, URIs, and API keys for the user's critical systems.

    This issue is a place to discuss the security of that file.

    1. Does it need to be secured? Should we just trust the machine instead?
    2. If it should, how so? What's least-friction for the user?
    🔍 investigating wontfix 
    opened by senorprogrammer 35
  • Error on Build?

    Error on Build?

    Bug Report

    Summary

    Ran Go Get and ran make and ran into error

    What is the current behaviour?

    When running make, errors out with  ╍╍  g s g s    wtf  make install │ which wtf | xargs rm || true go install -ldflags="-X main.version=v0.0.4_`git rev-parse --abbrev-ref HEAD` -X main.date=2018-06-02T15:28:42+0100" which wtf make: *** [install] Error 1

    Go version is go version go1.10.2 darwin/amd64

    🔍 investigating 
    opened by askl56 34
  • Windows Support

    Windows Support

    Great project! I'm a Windows guy, so naturally I tried it on Windows in PowerShell. Works for me with go build -v -o wtf.exe or go install -v since I didn't have make installed.

    There are some areas that do need fixing, but I wanted to start a top level issue with some of what I see out of the box with a vanilla config:

    • [] Bad Character Encoding in the box headers.
    • [] Linux-specific tools used.
    • [] Makefile only works on Linux.

    image

    You can see some of the issues in the screenshot. If you can point me to where that code exists, I might be able to help make it work as intended on Windows.

    💪 improvement 💨 windows wontfix 
    opened by mxplusb 32
  • Introduce wtf installer

    Introduce wtf installer

    Hey,

    Since #130, I decided to create a quick installer. The installer uses the dialog utils but I will create a option that you don't have to use these. You can try it, working fine on arch, debian and ubuntu. I don't have an option to try it on mac OS but you can do it.

    Quick fix of the Makefile would be to add

    ln -s $GOPATH/bin/wtf /bin/wtf
    

    But the installer is working fine of course.

    Regards,

    deltax

    opened by deltaxflux 24
  • Use docker-credential-helper to manage secrets

    Use docker-credential-helper to manage secrets

    Store service credentials securely in the stores supported by docker:

    • https://github.com/docker/docker-credential-helpers#available-programs

    Introduces a top-level config property, "secretStore" and additional command line arguments to manage the stored secrets.

    The value of secretStore is used to find a helper command, docker-credential-<secretStore>.

    The docker project currently provides 4 store helpers:

    • "osxkeychain" (OS X only)
    • "secretservice" (Linux only)
    • "wincred" (Windows only)
    • "pass" (any OS supporting pass, which uses gpg2)

    Docker-for-desktop provides the credential helpers above, as well as docker-credential-desktop.

    Installation instructions for the helpers:

    • https://github.com/docker/docker-credential-helpers#installation

    Users could provide additional helpers, the only requirement is that the helper implements the credential store protocol:

    • https://github.com/docker/docker-credential-helpers#development

    The credential protocol is open, and new credential stores can be implemented by any CLI satisfying the protocol:

    • https://github.com/docker/docker-credential-helpers#development

    The modifications to existing modules is not tested due to lack of API keys, but demonstrates the unobtrusive changes required to use the secret store.


    This is one approach to moving secrets out of config.yml, see https://github.com/wtfutil/wtf/issues/517

    I'm curious to see if this scratches people's itch. The setup is pretty minimal, though the docker credential helpers need to be available, which they might be for any users of docker-for-desktop.

    It uses existing secure storage mechanisms rather than inventing any. The secrets are stored in either the OS keyring, which should be pretty secure, or in https://www.passwordstore.org/ (which should work on any system with gpg2).

    It requires pretty minimal changes to modules to support it (I included a bunch of - untested - module hacks in this PR as examples). Generally, you'd add wtf.secretStore: "" (it has a reasonable store default based on GOOS), and then remove your apiKey, and possibly username and API URL , from the module, and then save them with wtfutil save-secret URL_or_NAME SECRET , and that's it.

    I also considered an approach where api keys and the like have a special string format, like https://www.home-assistant.io/docs/tools/keyring/, and that triggers the store lookup, but it seemed more opaque, and more onerous to the user, as well as not dealing so obviously well with usernames or API endpoints.

    There are some limitations: this is struck to the docker-credential-helper's view of the world, which is that there is a SERVICE (any string, its not forced to be a URL, but it is a unique key), and that maps to a SECRET for one, single, named USER. The user can be defaulted to "default" in modules that don't need or want to store that, and the service can be the module name, so this seems to cover most use-cases reasonably.

    The save-secret interface is a bit WIP ATM. It should really prompt for the secret (secrets should not be put in CLI arguments, they are visible briefly with ps). For the truly energetic, I assume an entire secret manager UI could be implemented (the helpers support listing existing credentials). The sub-command structure is pretty awful, too, for which I blame go-flags, I spent more time struggling with it than writing the actual code.

    I've tested only with enterprise github, its the only one of the modules I have an API key for, so YMMV.

    opened by sam-github 19
  • Any way to specify `config.yml` other `~/.config/wtf/config.yml` folder?

    Any way to specify `config.yml` other `~/.config/wtf/config.yml` folder?

    How can we help?

    I am trying to add wtf into homebrew-core (PR: https://github.com/Homebrew/homebrew-core/pull/39962), but I constantly run into the permission issue even though I try to specify the config file in this way (ignore the weird path):

    /usr/local/Cellar/wtfutil/0.17.1/bin/wtf --config=/private/tmp/wtfutil-test-20190720-64834-1j01eaq/config.yml
    

    Let me know what is the right way to do the --config=<path> reference.

    opened by chenrui333 18
  • Just got

    Just got "Error: character set not supported"

    I just got "Error: character set not supported",when i'm running wft.exe with default config.yml.

    $ wtf.exe Error: character set not supported

    won't fix 💨 windows 
    opened by Jaydonjin 18
  • Data races popping up and rendering breaks

    Data races popping up and rendering breaks

    What's the problem?

    Been running wtf dash for a few weeks now without issue. Today, after playing around with my config a bit, i noticed the dashboard just stops rendering properly. It will start up and render correctly for a short time ~10-15 seconds but then become gibberish. When I exit out, I see a message like:

    "Found 24 data race(s)"

    The number can vary from run to run, but typically around 20-30.

    How did you expect it to behave?

    Just like it has been. Start the dashboard and the rendering/drawing behaves like normal

    Operating system

    Mac OS

    Terminal program & version

    iterm2

    WTF version

    just pulled master today.

    🐛 bug 👍 confirmed 
    opened by michaelMinar 15
  • go get fails

    go get fails

    go get github.com/senorprogrammer/wtf
    # github.com/senorprogrammer/wtf/gcal
    ../go/src/github.com/senorprogrammer/wtf/gcal/widget.go:235: duration.Round undefined (type time.Duration has no field or method Round)
    

    go version go1.8.3 linux/amd64

    🔍 investigating 
    opened by talonx 15
  • Does not start - error: infocmp not found

    Does not start - error: infocmp not found

    What's broken?

    Trying to run wtfutil (version 0.20.0) errors out with:

    $ wtfutil
    ERROR exec: "infocmp": executable file not found in $PATH
    

    I am using termite as a terminal, TERM is set to termite.

    OS: NixOS

    opened by avdv 14
  • Todoist module not showing tasks

    Todoist module not showing tasks

    If I have 3 or less tasks in my todoist inbox things work great, once I have 4 or more the wtfutil todoist module does not display anything (completely blank).

    If I have 4 inbox tasks and then delete or move one within todoist, I can then use the "r" keyboard shortcut within wtfutil to see the 3 remaining tasks.

    Unfortunately I'm not the type to have my life organized sufficiently to only have 3 or less open tasks.

    Running on mac os 10.14.6, default shell, wtfutil -v indicates "dev", installed via homebrew

    🐛 bug 
    opened by quantuminati 14
  • Bump google.golang.org/api from 0.71.0 to 0.85.0

    Bump google.golang.org/api from 0.71.0 to 0.85.0

    Bumps google.golang.org/api from 0.71.0 to 0.85.0.

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    v0.85.0

    0.85.0 (2022-06-21)

    Features

    v0.84.0

    0.84.0 (2022-06-14)

    Features

    v0.83.0

    0.83.0 (2022-06-07)

    Features

    v0.82.0

    0.82.0 (2022-06-01)

    Features

    v0.81.0

    0.81.0 (2022-05-24)

    Features

    v0.80.0

    0.80.0 (2022-05-17)

    Features

    v0.79.0

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    0.85.0 (2022-06-21)

    Features

    0.84.0 (2022-06-14)

    Features

    0.83.0 (2022-06-07)

    Features

    0.82.0 (2022-06-01)

    Features

    0.81.0 (2022-05-24)

    Features

    0.80.0 (2022-05-17)

    Features

    0.79.0 (2022-05-10)

    Features

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