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Post your top weekly or yearly scrobbled artists to twitter.

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First you need to get app API credentials from last.fm and twitter.

Then you need to create a secrets.json file with the following format:

{"lastfm":
            {"key": "alphanumeric",
            "secret": "alphanumeric"},
"twitter":
        {"consumer_key": "alphanumeric",
        "consumer_secret": "alphanumeric",
        "token_key": "alphanumeric-alphanumeric",
        "token_secret": "alphanumeric"}

Currently you need to use the -j or –json option to link to a secrets file with your API secrets for last.fm and twitter.

After installation via pip, you can run python -m lastfmtwitter.lastfm_twitter

usage: python -m lastfmtwitter.lastfm_twitter [-h] [-w | -y] [-j JSON]

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-w, --weekly post your top weekly artists (default)
-y, --yearly post your top yearly artists
-j JSON, --json JSON
 optional path to secrets.json file with api keys

For more documentation, visit: http://server.ericsbinaryworld.com/gpl_code/lastfmtwitter/index.html

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