at-scheduler

at Scheduler

at-scheduler

at Scheduler

The at-scheduler is a simple command line scheduler.

For installation instructions, see the README on GitHub.

Once it’s installed, using the at-scheduler is simple. From your shell, just run a command at <when> <command>. This will schedule your command to be run at the time specified.

The syntax for <when> is lenient. Specific times like “9:30am” work, as do named dates like “tomorrow at 10pm” or “next Tuesday at 3pm”.

The syntax for <command> is simply whatever is supported by your shell. Whatever you put for <command> will be run in a shell at the time specified.

Learn more on GitHub here!

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