A fast fetching application written in c.
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Thamognya Kodi 66988cb971
fix: macos uptime.c
3 months ago
assets fix 4 months ago
bin Initial commit 4 months ago
config added config file 3 months ago
docs update: man pages and install and uninstall in makefile 4 months ago
obj Initial commit 4 months ago
src fix: macos uptime.c 3 months ago
.gitignore got hostname and username to work 4 months ago
Dockerfile Update to docker file 4 months ago
LICENSE.md license update 4 months ago
Makefile update makefiel 4 months ago
README.md update readme 3 months ago
docker-compose.yml Update to docker file 4 months ago



This is a simple fetching application that is light weight and fast (as it is written in the programming language c).


PreCompiled Binaries

Just use the github releases found on the right hand side

From Source

git clone https://github.com/Thamognya/TFetch.git

cd TFetch


sudo make doc

sudo make install

Package Manager

Coming soon.






You can use the the config/config.h for configuring the fetching utility


PreCompiled Binaries

Remove it from the location you have kept the binary in

From source

sudo make unintsall

Package Manager

Uninstall it via the package manager

Contributing and TODO


  • Full MacOS support
  • Logo support for all linux distributions
  • Package manager support for all linux distributions
  • Docker to work
  • config file


via PRs or issues are fine

  • Fixing any of the TODO
  • New features
  • Fixing any bugs


This program is written by Thamognya Kodi. You can help me by just liking this repo if you would like.

Sources used

preprocessing directives:

Contributing working on this

To start contributing, to have a consistent environment you can use the docker-compose up -d and then


SPDX-License-Identifier: AGPL-3.0-or-later

The following licenses are present in the licenses folder.

If you are going to use my code without my permission by forking it, you must follow the AGPL-3.0-or-later licenses.