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Get full Tweet metadata given a list of status IDs.

Project description

Based on the code and example given by Alex Muller on his blog.

Usage

  1. Install the egg.

  2. Run the tweet-archiver script now found in your Python’s bin directory like so:

    ./bin/tweet-archiver infile.txt outfile.json
    

    replacing infile.txt with the path to the USERNAME-tweets.txt file sent to you by Twitter and outfile.json with the path to the JSON file in which you want to collate the tweet data.

  3. The script will ask for your username and password. This is not stored anywhere and is only used for API access.

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