Follow Reddit live feeds from your terminal.
When following a Reddit live feed, who wants to have a big ugly webpage open all the time? Not me, and perhaps not you either.
So I started to write a command line interface that prints messages as they arrive. It’s still a little rough as I put this together in a few hours, so consider it a work in progress. Contributions and suggestions welcome and encouraged.
If you are wondering why clive it’s a blend of cli and live.
- Python 2.7 or 3.5
$> pip install clive
$ clive wmk50bsm9vt3
Where wmk50bsm9vt3 is the last part of the live feed URL from Reddit.
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