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An Alfred workflow to search the Ansible module documentation. Requirements As macOS still ships Python 2 which is no longer supported since January 1st, 2020 - Python 3 is required to be installed. Due to the usage of f-strings at least Python 3.6 is required. The workflow uses the Python 3 interpreter returned by /usr/bin/env python3 so the installation method won't matter. However, i do recommend the usage of homebrew. The CI tests on github cover python version up from 3.6. Required modules can be installed using pip: /usr/bin/env python3 -m pip install -r requirements.txt Installation You can either download the workflow from Packal or the release page of the github repository http://www.packal.org/workflow/ansible-documentation-search https://github.com/abyth/alfred-ansible-workflow/releases/tag/v1.0 Usage The workflow is triggered using the keyword ansible and will use the following input as search parameters. Pressing enter on any of the results will open the corresponding documentation page in the default browser.
This workflow will list your Docker machines. Hitting enter on them will then list your running containers & images, Using this plugin you can start the start/stop the container. Github Repo: https://github.com/anmolnagpal/alfred-docker-workflows Download URL: https://github.com/anmolnagpal/alfred-docker-workflows/releases/download/1.0.0/docker.alfredworkflow
I've created a handful for workflows that we use at my office and I would love to have an easy way to batch export and update the metadata so that i can share them with people. Right now when i make a change export the workflow to disk and email it to people. It would be great if there was some way to automate this or script this out. so i could just run alfred -package workflow_name outputFile and then upload the workflows to an internal server or something like that. It this possible or just wishful thinking? Thanks