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CLI twitter client using the streaming API

Project description

Features

  • Connects using twitters streaming interface

Installation

To create a virtual environment use the following commands

pyvenv-3.4 –system-site-packages venv . bin/venv/activate pip install mux

to activate the environment in another terminal repeat the activate step as shown below

. bin/venv/activate

Usage

as this is an argparse based program, comprehensive help is available by specifying ‘-h’ or ‘–help’ to receive help on a sub command, use ‘-h’ as above after the sub command itself

  • This app does not ship with a ‘credentials.py’ containing an app key, you will need to register for one yourself at http://dev,twitter.com and create this module or place them in an ‘auth.ini’ in your users config dir (see appdirs module for more info on where this may be for each platform)

Release History

0.1.2 (2015-09-27)

  • Updating some files and needed a version update

0.1 (2015-09-25)

  • Initial Release
  • Handles authorisation setup
  • Posts to twitter

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