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Commandline tool to listen all radio stations of Nepal

Project Description

Command line tool to listen any radio stations of Nepal from the terminal


- `pyradio-nepal` can be installed using pip
- You will need `python3` and `pip3`.
- You also need to have `vlc` installed


$ sudo pip3 install pyradio-nepal
$ sudo apt-get install vlc

- Once installed, `pyradio-nepal` can be accessed using `pyradio-nepal` command from terminal.


- To list all stations, first type `pyradio-nepal` then type `list`.

$ pyradio-nepal
$ Enter station number (None) or type station name to search> list

- To listen any radio station, type the station number obtained from the list

$ Enter station number (None) or type station name to search> 1

- To search radio station, type the name of the station

$ Enter station number (None) or type station name to search> your search term

- To exit

$ Enter station number (None) or type station name to search> exit


Feel free to create a Github issue. Also, you are more than welcome to submit
a pull request for a bug fix or additional feature.
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