## What you need

• Python 3 (>= 3.7)

## Setup

First, you need to install twitter-image-dl:

$pip install twitter-image-dl  Next, you need to generate your api key and api secret key. If you don't have them, go to Twitter Developers and create your application. After you get your api key and api secret key, create a json file like this: { "api_key": "your api key", "api_secret": "your api secret key" }  ## Usage To download the images the user of id "foo" has uploaded, enter the command like the following on the command line: $ twt_img foo -c confidentials.json


where confidentials.json is the json file containing your api keys. This command creates a directory called foo and save images to that directory.

If you want to save images to a directory other than foo, use -d or --dest argument to specify the destination.

You can specify which size of images to download using the optional argument -s (or --size). There are five values you can specify:

• large
• medium
• small
• orig
• thumb

If you don't specify this value, images of large size will be downloaded by default.

Using the --rts flag, you can also download images contained in retweets.

Provide a number to the -l or --limit argument (e.g. -l 25) to limit how many tweets are inspected for images (starting with the most recent). Note that if you're using --limit without --rts, the number of tweets inspected can be smaller than the specified limit.

## Testing

Install dependencies for testing and run tests like this:

$git clone git@github.com:morinokami/twitter-image-downloader.git$ cd twitter-image-downloader
$pipenv install --dev$ pipenv run test


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