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ntfy brings notification to your shell. It can automatically provide desktop notifications when long running commands finish or it can send push notifications to your phone when a specific command finishes. Confused? This video demonstrates some of this functionality:

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Quickstart

.. code:: shell

$ sudo pip install ntfy
$ ntfy send test
# send a notification when the command `sleep 10` finishes
# this sends the message '"sleep 10" succeeded in 0:10 minutes'
$ ntfy done sleep 10
$ ntfy -b pushover -o user_key t0k3n send 'Pushover test!'
$ ntfy -t 'ntfy' send "Here's a custom notification title!"
$ echo -e 'backends: ["pushover"]\npushover: {"user_key": "t0k3n"}' > ~/.ntfy.yml
$ ntfy send "Pushover via config file!"
$ ntfy done --pid 6379  # pid extra
$ ntfy send "ğŸŽ‰ ntfy supports emoji! 💯"  # emoji extra
# Enable shell integration
$ echo 'eval "$(ntfy shell-integration)"' >> ~/.bashrc

Install

The install technique in the quickstart is the suggested method of installation. It can be installed in a virtualenv, but with some caveats: Linux notifications require --system-site-packages for the virtualenv and OS X notifications don't work at all.

🐧 NOTE: Linux Desktop Notifications <#linux-desktop-notifications---linux>_ require Python DBUS bindings. See here <#linux-desktop-notifications---linux>_ for more info.

Shell integration

``ntfy`` has support for **automatically** sending notifications when long
running commands finish in bash and zsh. In bash it emulates zsh's preexec and
precmd functionality with `rcaloras/bash-preexec <https://github.com/rcaloras/bash-preexec>`_.
To enable it add the following to your ``.bashrc`` or ``.zshrc``:

.. code:: shell

    eval "$(ntfy shell-integration)"

By default it will only send notifications for commands lasting longer than 10
seconds and if the terminal is focused. Terminal focus works on X11(Linux) and
with Terminal.app and iTerm2 on MacOS. Both options can be configured via the
``--longer-than`` and ``--foreground-too`` options.

To avoid unnecessary notifications when running interactive programs, programs
listed in ``AUTO_NTFY_DONE_IGNORE`` don't generate notifications. For example:

.. code:: shell

    export AUTO_NTFY_DONE_IGNORE="vim screen meld"

Extras
~~~~~~
``ntfy`` has a few features that require extra dependencies.
    * ``ntfy done -p $PID`` requires installing as ``pip install ntfy[pid]``
    * `emoji <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emoji>`_ support requires installing as ``pip install ntfy[emoji]``
    * `XMPP <https://xmpp.org/>`_ support requires installing as ``pip install ntfy[xmpp]``
    * `Telegram <https://telegram.org/>`_ support requires installing as ``pip install ntfy[telegram]``
    * `Instapush <https://instapush.im/>`_ support requires installing as ``pip install ntfy[instapush]``
    * `Slack <https://slack.com/>`_ support requires installing as ``pip install ntfy[slack]``
    * `Slack Incoming Webhooks<https://slack.com/>`_ - simpler slack implementation that doesn't have additional dependencies
    * `Rocket.Chat <https://Rocket.Chat>`_ support requires installing as ``pip install ntfy[rocketchat]``

To install multiple extras, separate with commas: e.g., ``pip install ntfy[pid,emoji]``.

Configuring ``ntfy``
--------------------

``ntfy`` is configured with a YAML file stored at ``~/.ntfy.yml`` or in standard platform specific locations:

* Linux - ``~/.config/ntfy/ntfy.yml``
* macOS - ``~/Library/Application Support/ntfy/ntfy.yml``
* Windows - ``C:\Users\<User>\AppData\Local\dschep\ntfy.yml``

Backends
~~~~~~~~

The backends key specifies what backends to use by default. Each backend has
its own configuration, stored in a key of its own name. For example:

.. code:: yaml

    ---
    backends:
        - pushover
    pushover:
        user_key: hunter2
    pushbullet:
        access_token: hunter2
    simplepush:
        key: hunter2
    slack:
        token: slacktoken
        recipient: "#slackchannel"
    xmpp:
         jid: "[email protected]"
         password: "xxxx"
         mtype: "chat"
         recipient: "[email protected]"

If you want mulitple configs for the same backend type, you can specify any
name and then specify the backend with a backend key. For example:

.. code:: yaml

    ---
    pushover:
        user_key: hunter2
    cellphone:
        backend: pushover
        user_key: hunter2

See the backends below for available backends and options. As of v2.6.0 ``ntfy`` also supports
`3rd party backends <#3rd-party-backends>`_

`Pushover <https://pushover.net>`_ - ``pushover``

Required parameters: * user_key

Optional parameters: * sound * priority * expire * retry * callback * api_token - use your own application token * device - target a device, if omitted, notification is sent to all devices * url * url_title * html

Pushbullet <https://pushbullet.com>_ - pushbullet

Required parameter:
    * ``access_token`` - Your Pushbullet access token, created at https://www.pushbullet.com/#settings/account

Optional parameters:
    * ``device_iden`` - a device identifier, if omited, notification is sent to all devices
    * ``email`` - send notification to pushbullet user with the specified email or send an email if they aren't a pushullet user

`Simplepush <https://simplepush.io>`_ - ``simplepush``

Required parameter: * key - Your Simplepush key, created by installing the Android App (no registration required) at https://simplepush.io

Optional parameters: * event - sets ringtone and vibration pattern for incoming notifications (can be defined in the simplepush app)

XMPP - xmpp

Requires parameters:
    * ``jid``
    * ``password``
    * ``recipient``
Optional parameters
    * ``hostname`` (if not from jid)
    * ``port``
    * ``path_to_certs``
    * ``mtype``

Requires extras, install like this: ``pip install ntfy[xmpp]``.

To verify the SSL certificates offered by a server:
path_to_certs = "path/to/ca/cert"

Without dnspython library installed, you will need
to specify the server hostname if it doesn't match the jid.

Specify port if other than 5222.
NOTE: Ignored without specified hostname

NOTE: Google Hangouts doesn't support XMPP since 2017

`Telegram <https://telegram.org>`_ - ``telegram``

Requires extras, install like this: pip install ntfy[telegram].

Requires ntfy to be installed as ntfy[telegram]. This backend is configured the first time you will try to use it: ntfy -b telegram send "Telegram configured for ntfy".

Pushjet <https://pushjet.io/>_ - pushjet

Required parameter:
    * ``secret`` - The Pushjet service secret token, created with http://docs.pushjet.io/docs/creating-a-new-service

Optional parameters:
    * ``endpoint`` - custom Pushjet API endpoint
        (defaults to https://api.pushjet.io)
    * ``level`` - The importance level from 1(low) to 5(high)
    * ``link``

`Notifico <https://n.tkte.ch/>`_ - ``notifico``

Required parameter: * webhook - The webhook link, created at https://n.tkte.ch/ (choose Plain Text service when creating the webhook)

Slack <https://slack.com>_ - slack

Requires extras, install like this: ``pip install ntfy[slack]``.

Required parameter:
    * ``token`` - The Slack service secret token, either a legacy user token created at https://api.slack.com/custom-integrations/legacy-tokens or a token obtained by creating an app at https://api.slack.com/apps?new_app=1 with ``chat:write:bot`` scope and linking it to a workspace.
    * ``recipient`` - The Slack channel or user to send notifications to. If you use the ``#`` symbol the message is send to a Slack channel and if you use the ``@`` symbol the message is send to a Slack user.

`Slack Incoming Webhook <https://slack.com>`_ - ``slack_webhook``

Required parameter: * url - the URL of the incoming webhook * user - The Slack channel or user to send notifications to

Instapush <https://instapush.im/>_ - insta

Requires extras, install like this ``pip install ntfy[instapush]``.

Instapush does not support notification title.
It sends template-driven notifications, so you have to setup you events on the dashboard first.
The backend is called insta due to homonymy with the instapush python wrapper

Required parameters:
    * ``appid`` - The application id
    * ``secret`` - The application secret
    * ``event_name`` - The instapush event to be used
    * ``trackers`` - The array of trakers to use

Note on trackers:
Trackers are placeholders for events (a sort of notification template). If you defined more than one tracker in your event
you'll have to provide more messages. At the moment, the only way to do so is to separate each message with a colon (:) character.
You can also escape the separator character:
Example:

.. code:: shell

    ntfy -b insta send "message1:message2"
    ntfy -b insta send "message1:message2\:with\:colons"

`Prowl <https://www.prowlapp.com/>`_ - ``prowl``

Optional parameters: * api_key * provider_key * priority * url

Linux Desktop Notifications <https://developer.gnome.org/notification-spec/>_ - linux

Works via `dbus`, works with most DEs like Gnome, KDE, XFCE and with libnotify.

The following dependecies should be installed.

.. code:: shell

    $ sudo apt install python-dbus # on ubuntu/debian

You will need to install some font that supports emojis (in Debian `fonts-symbola` or Gentoo `media-fonts/symbola`).

Optional parameters:
    * ``icon`` - Specifies path to the notification icon, empty string for no icon.
    * ``urgency`` - Specifies the urgency level (low, normal, critical).
    * ``transient`` - Skip the history (exp: the Gnome message tray) (true, false).
    * ``soundfile`` - Specifies the notification sound file (e.g. /usr/share/sounds/notif.wav).
    * ``timeout`` - Specifies notification expiration time level (-1 - system default, 0 - never expire).

Windows Desktop Notifications - ``win32``
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Uses ``pywin32``.

Mac OS X Notification Center - ``darwin``
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Requires ``ntfy`` to be installed globally (not in a virtualenv).

System log - ``systemlog``
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Uses the ``syslog`` core Python module, which is not available on Windows
platforms.

Optional parameters:
    * ``prio`` - Syslog priority level.  Default is ``ALERT``.  Possible values
      are:

      * EMERG
      * ALERT
      * CRIT
      * ERR
      * WARNING
      * NOTICE
      * INFO
      * DEBUG

    * ``facility`` - Syslog facility.  Default is ``LOCAL5``.  Possible values
      are:

      * KERN
      * USER
      * MAIL
      * DAEMON
      * AUTH
      * LPR
      * NEWS
      * UUCP
      * CRON
      * SYSLOG
      * LOCAL0
      * LOCAL1
      * LOCAL2
      * LOCAL3
      * LOCAL4
      * LOCAL5
      * LOCAL6
      * LOCAL7

    * ``fmt`` - Format of the message to be sent to the system logger.  The
      title and the message are specified using the following placeholders:

      * ``{title}``
      * ``{message}``

      Default is ``[{title}] {message}``.

`Termux:API <https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.termux.api&hl=en>`_ - ``termux``

Requires the app to be install from the Play store and the CLI utility be installed with apt install termux-api.

Pushalot <https://pushalot.com>_ - pushalot

Required parameter:
    * ``auth_token`` - Your private Pushalot auth token, found here https://pushalot.com/manager/authorizations

Optional parameters:
    * ``source`` - source of the notification
    * ``ttl`` - message expire time in minutes (time to live)
    * ``url`` - URL to include in the notifications
    * ``url_title`` - visible URL title (ignored if no url specified)
    * ``image`` - URL of image included in the notifications
    * ``important`` - mark notifications as important
    * ``silent`` - mark notifications as silent

`Rocket.Chat <https://rocket.chat>`_ - ``rocketchat``

Requires extras, install like this: pip install ntfy[rocketchat].

Required parameters: * url - URL of your Rocket.Chat instance * username - login username * password - login password * room - room/channel name to post in

Matrix.org <https://matrix.org>_ - matrix

Requires extras, install like this: ``pip install ntfy[matrix]``.

Required parameters:
    * ``url`` - URL of your homeserver instance
    * ``roomId`` - room to post in
    * ``userId`` - login userid
    * ``password`` - login password
    * ``token`` - access token

You must either specify ``token``, or ``userId`` and ``password``.


`Webpush <https://github.com/dschep/ntfy-webpush>`_ - ``ntfy_webpush``

Webpush support is provded by an external ntfy module, install like this: pip install ntfy ntfy-webpush.

Required parameters:

  • subscription_info - A PushSubscription <https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/PushSubscription>_ Object
  • private_key - the path to private key file or anything else that works with pywebpush <https://github.com/web-push-libs/pywebpush>_.

For more info, see ntfy-webpush https://github.com/dschep/ntfy-webpush`

3rd party backends

To use or implement your own backends, specify the full path of the module as your backend. The
module needs to contain a module with a function called ``notify`` with the following signature:

.. code:: python

    def notify(title, message, **kwargs):
        """
        kwargs contains retcode if using ntfy done or ntfy shell-integration
        and all options in your backend's section of the config
        """
        pass


Other options
~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Title is configurable with the `title` key in the config. Example:

.. code:: yaml

    ---
    title: Customized Title


Backends ToDo
~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-  `Airgram <http://www.airgramapp.com>`_
-  `Boxcar <https://boxcar.io>`_

Testing
-------

.. code:: shell

    python setup.py test

Contributors
------------
- `dschep <https://github.com/dschep>`_ - Maintainer & Lead Developer
- `danryder <https://github.com/danryder>`_ - XMPP Backend & emoji support
- `oz123 <https://github.com/oz123>`_ - Linux desktop notification improvements
- `schwert <https://github.com/schwert>`_ - PushJet support
- `rahiel <https://github.com/rahiel>`_ - Telegram support
- `tymm <https://github.com/tymm>`_ - Simplepush support
- `jungle-boogie <https://github.com/jungle-boogie>`_ - Documentation updates
- `tjbenator <https://github.com/tjbenator>`_ - Advanced Pushover options
- `mobiusklein <https://github.com/mobiusklein>`_ - Win32 Bugfix
- `rcaloras <https://github.com/rcaloras>`_ - Creator of `bash-prexec`, without which there woudn't be bash shell integration for `ntfy`
- `eightnoteight <https://github.com/eightnoteight>`_ - Notifico support
- `juanpabloaj <https://github.com/juanpabloaj>`_ - Slack support
- `giuseongit <https://github.com/giuseongit>`_ - Instapush support
- `jlesage <https://github.com/jlesage>`_ - Systemlog support
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