Simon Wistow
and 1 contributors

NAME

fireeagle - simple FireEagle client

USAGE

    # to get your user tokens
    fireeagle consumer_key=<consumer key> consumer_secret=<consumer secret>

    # to get your current location
    fireeagle consumer_key=<consumer key> consumer_secret=<consumer secret> \
              access_token=<access token> access_token_secret=<access token secret>

    # to set your current location
    fireeagle consumer_key=<consumer key> consumer_secret=<consumer secret> \
              access_token=<access token> access_token_secret=<access token secret> \
              update <location>

or if there is a .fireeagle file in your home directory that looks like

    consumer_key=<consumer key> 
    consumer_secret=<consumer secret>
    access_token=<access token> 
    access_token_secret=<access token secret>

then to get your current location

    fireeagle

and to set your current location

    fireeagle update <location>

or to search for a location

    fireeagle lookup <location>

or you can mix and match command line options and config file options (command line will always override config file).

AUTHENTICATION AND USER TOKENS

To use this script or the Net::FireEagle module you'll need to get an application key. This script will require a desktop type key.

The Net::FireEagle documentation has more information on this but, in short, read this page

    http://fireeagle.yahoo.net/developer/documentation/getting_started

ABOUT

Fire Eagle is a site that stores information about your location. With your permission, other services and devices can either update that information or access it. By helping applications respond to your location, Fire Eagle is designed to make the world around you more interesting! Use your location to power friend-finders, games, local information services, blog badges and stuff like that...

You can find out more about it here

    https://fireeagle.yahoo.net/

AUTHOR

Simon Wistow <swistow@sixapart.com>

COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2008, Simon Wistow

Distributed under the same terms as Perl itself.

SEE ALSO

Net::FireEagle