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Python library for GNIP.

Project description

gnippy provides an easy way to access the Power Track stream provided by GNIP.

Installation:

pip install gnippy

Usage:

#!/usr/bin/env python

import time
from gnippy import PowerTrackClient

# Define a callback
def callback(activity):
    print activity

# Create the client
url = "http://my.gnip.powertrack/url.json"
auth = ('MyUserName', 'MyPassword')
client = PowerTrackClient(url, auth, callback)
client.connect()

# Wait for 2 minutes and then disconnect
time.sleep(120)
client.disconnect()

That’s it!

Source available on GitHub

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