Elk is my personal photo manager. I don't like tools pretending to be smarter than me. I like file-system based management and I couldn't find a folder-based manager which could do couple of simple tasks the way I want.
Only macOS and Python 3 are supported, beause that's what I currently use.
$ git clone email@example.com:honzajavorek/elk.git $ cd elk $ cat brew_packages.txt | xargs brew install $ python3 -m venv env $ . ./env/bin/activate (env)$ pip install -e .
.../env/bin/elk into your
~/.bash_profile as an alias and you're done:
$ echo 'alias elk=".../env/bin/elk"' >> ~/.bash_profile
Because it is a lovely short word. Short enough to be typed often into my terminal. And because I lived in Finland for a while.
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