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  1. Created a workflow to add stories to pivotal tracker for one project. Github: https://github.com/kevnull/pivotal-tracker-alfred-workflow From the README: A workflow for Alfred v2 (alfredapp.com) to add Pivotal Tracker stories directly. Creates a story to Pivotal Tracker project. Copies resulting story url to clipboard. SetupIn the script, set the following: Go to your name->profile in Pivotal Tracker to find this at the bottom $token = "INSERT YOUR TOKEN HERE"; The full name you have in Pivotal Tracker $requested_by = "INSERT YOUR NAME HERE"; The project id (the number in https://www.pivotaltracker.com/projects/{number}) $project = "INSERT PROJECT ID HERE"; Usagept {optional type} {name} Defaults to feature if no type is given. Acceptable types are "feature", "bug", and "chore" or their first character equivalent. Examplespt this is a feature pt f this is a feature pt feature this is also a feature pt b this is a bug pt c this is a chore WishlistPut multiple projects into the action selection
  2. I've created a workflow that allows me to create new stories in pivotal tracker (e.g, "pt this is the name of a new story") which has been fantastic to have. What I'd like to do next is to take the XML response and parse out the useful piece of information: namely the Tracker story number that's generated. So far, the work I've done has been purely through bash and no "real" language. I'm wondering how I would go about implementing the next step. Thanks! K
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