A command-line utility for exporting an Rdio collection.
This exporter can be used to backup the collection of an Rdio user. It includes a command-line utility script and a library for bundling into your own applications.
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$ pip install python-rdio-export
You can (optionally) provide your Rdio credentials via a global config file located in ~/.rdioconfig with the format:
[Rdio] rdioConsumerKey=your_api_key rdioConsumerSecret=your_api_secret
Alternatively, you can provide your Rdio credentials via two environment variables:
$ export RDIO_CONSUMER_KEY=your_api_key $ export RDIO_CONSUMER_SECRET=your_api_secret
> Note: These environment variables will only be consumed by the rdio-export
> script and can be overridden through the use of the script flags
Export by username:
$ rdio-export --user twaddington
Export by email:
$ rdio-export --email email@example.com
Export to a file:
$ rdio-export --user twaddington > rdio-backup.txt
# Register with pypi (only done once) $ python setup.py register # Upload a new source distribution to pypi $ python setup.py sdist upload
If you encounter any issues, please open a new issue on the project’s GitHub page.
See the LICENSE file.
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