Get commute times on the command line!
Download the appropriate
commuter binary from the Releases page.
Alternatively, if you have a working Go installation, you can install
commuter like so:
$ go get github.com/KyleBanks/commuter
The first time you run
commuter, you'll be prompted to provide a Google Maps API Key and default location.
Important: Ensure you enable the Google Maps Distance Matrix API at developers.google.com/console. If you want to use the
-to-current flags, you will also need to enable the Google Maps Geolocation API.
$ commuter > Enter Google Maps API Key: (developers.google.com/console) 123APIKEY456 > Enter Your Default Location: (ex. 123 Main St. Toronto, Canada) 123 Main St. Toronto, Ontario
The API key and default location will be stored locally, and are never sent to any remote services aside from the official Google Maps API. The default location is then used by default when a
-to location is not provided.
Next, request your commute time:
# From your default to a specific location: $ commuter -to "321 Maple Ave. Toronto, Ontario" 32 Minutes # From a specific location to your default: $ commuter -from "Toronto, Ontario" 20 Minutes
If you want a commute time beginning and ending somewhere other than your default location, you can use supply full locations for both the
$ commuter -from "123 Main St. Toronto, Ontario" -to "321 Maple Ave. Toronto, Ontario" 32 Minutes
You can also add names for your frequent locations like so:
$ commuter add -name home -location "123 Main St. Toronto, Ontario" $ commuter add -name work -address "321 Maple Ave. Toronto, Ontario"
And use them as the
$ commuter -from home -to work 32 Minutes
To see a list of all your named locations:
$ commuter list default: 123 Main St. Toronto, Ontario gym: 1024 Fitness Lane Toronto, Ontario work: 321 Maple Ave. Toronto, Ontario
If you enabled the Google Maps Geolocation API for your API key, you can use the
-to-current flags to use your current location. This is done by attempting to use your IP Address to determine your latitude and longitude, and use that as either the start or destination of your commute:
$ commuter -from-current -to work 32 Minutes $ commuter -from gym -to-current 12 Minutes
commuter assumes you are driving between locations. However, you can specify one or more commute methods using the
-transit flags, like so:
# Single mode: $ commuter -walk -to work 7 Hours 50 Minutes # Multiple modes: $ commuter -walk -transit -drive -bike -to work Drive: 30 Minutes Walk: 7 Hours 50 Minutes Bike: 2 Hours 45 Minutes Transit: 1 Hour 17 Minutes
And of course the different travel modes can be combined with your current location:
$ commuter -bike -from-current -to gym 2 Hours 18 Minutes
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