Command Line & Automation
Wherever you need it, there it will be.
Soulver comes with a number of options for using the Soulver engine outside of Soulver itself.
The Soulver Command Line Interface (or CLI) can be installed by going
Soulver > Integrations > Terminal (Command Line Interface)
A 'soulver' alias will be created in
/usr/local/bin/to a command-line tool inside Soulver's bundle. This will allow you to use the
soulvercommand from Terminal. All Soulver's features are present, including variables, currency conversions & date & time calculations:
$ soulver June 20 + 3 weeks
You can also pipe a list of lines to Soulver and each line will be evaluated. These lines may contain variables.
The Alfred workflow uses the Soulver CLI, which is located inside Soulver’s bundle. The workflow expects Soulver to be installed at
If you move Soulver to a different location, or rename it, make sure to modify the ‘installpath’ variable in the workflow’s settings accordingly.