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A Python parser to tweet the latest updates from multiple RSS feeds.

Project Description

Introduction

feedr is a non-asynchronous, WTFPLv2-licensed Python parser to tweet the latest updates from multiple RSS feeds.

More information can be found at its git repository.

Registration

feedr uses the Twitter API to tweet and retrieve information about tweets.

You need to sign up for a Twitter account, then to get your API credentials.

Installation

Simply use pip to install py-feedr:

$ pip install py-feedr

py-feedr provides the feedr binary.

Usage

feedr can be used with the following arguments:

usage: feedr [-h] config

positional arguments:
  config      path to the feedr configuration file

optional arguments:
  -h, --help  show this help message and exit
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