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FetchCord

FetchCord grabs your OS info and displays it as Discord Rich Presence

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FetchCord

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Features

  • Distribution detection

  • Distribution Version

  • Package detection

  • Kernel Detection

  • Uptime

  • Detecting Window Manager/Desktop Environment

  • Detecting GPU/CPU and display it in a cycle (thanks to Hyper-KVM)

  • Flatpak support

  • Add Snap support

  • Add Windows support.

  • Detect Window Manager/Desktop Environment version

  • Periodic polling of info such as package count, RAM usage, etc.

To-Do

  • Add more distributions (If your distro is not supported open an issue)

  • Add support for desktop icon use

  • More CPUs, ex. Pentium, Older AMD CPUs

  • More GPUs?

Installing on (GNU/)Linux

NOTE: you need neofetch to be also installed for this to work.

Via AUR

On Arch Linux for the git testing version (the less stable version): fetchcord-testing

And the git version (synced with master): fetchcord

Historically the stabler release was the one from pip but now master will have only the stable releases.

Via Snap

On systems with snap installed, you can run sudo snap install fetchcord --classic to install fetchcord.

Note that like the AUR version, this version is directly from master, for the stable release use pip

Via pip

To Install fetchcord via pip you can run pip3 install fetchcord

If you want to remove FetchCord you can run pip3 uninstall fetchcord

Run

Once installed, simply run fetchcord. The program is also daemonizable meaning you can start it on boot using any method you prefer.

If you get fetchcord: command not found,add export PATH="$HOME/.local/bin:$PATH" to your bashrc, or just run python3 -m fetchcord.

Optionally for systemd users there is a user-side fetchcord.service in this repo that can be installed to ~/.local/share/systemd/user/, started and enabled on boot using systemctl --user enable --now fetchcord.

Installing on MacOS

To install FetchCord, run pip3 install FetchCord

NOTE: you need neofetch to be also installed for this to work.

Run

simply run fetchcord

Installing on Windows

To install fetchcord on Windows run python -m pip install fetchcord neofetch-win. Alternatively, you can use the neofetch package from scoop as well (show more info at the expense of possible GPU detection, for now).

Run

To run Fetchcord run fetchcord

Configuration

On Linux you can use the neofetch config file to:

Show disk usage

Battery level

CPU temp

Current CPU speed

Font

Theme

And more

default config path should be ~/.config/neofetch/config.conf

Arguments

--nodistro, Don't show distro info.

--nohardware, Don't show hardware info.

--noshell, Don't show shell/terminal info.

--nohost, Don't show host info.

--time, -t, set custom duration for cycles in seconds.

--terminal, set custom terminal (useful if using a script or dmenu).

--termfont, set custom terminal font (useful if neofetch can't get it).

--pause-cycle, Extra cycle that pauses FetchCord to show other activities.

--update, Update database of distros, hardware, etc.

--debug, For debug logs.

--memtype, use GB or MB to show RAM.

-h or --help, shows this information above.

Website

Fetchcord now has a website! You can find this site over at https://fetchcord.github.io/ - please keep in mind this site is still currently work in progress though.

Examples

Operating Systems

MacOS bigsur Windows 10 Ubuntu

Terminals

Konsole Gnome terminal Apple terminal

Cpus

Ryzen 9 Intel i7 Intel pentium

Hosts

HP laptop TUF gaming laptop Lenovo desktop

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