A Twitter client for the console.
A session with multiple columns running on
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The goal of the project is to build a full-featured, lightweight, and extremely configurable Twitter client.
The documentation for
available on ReadTheDocs <http://turses.readthedocs.org>_.
Take a look at
this screencast <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmnEdldw7WY>_ for an
overview of the features of
turses and its usage.
If you downloaded the source code ::
$ python setup.py install
$ pip install turses
consider using pip_): ::
$ easy_install turses
consider using pip: http://www.pip-installer.org/en/latest/other-tools.html#pip-compared-to-easy-install
- Multiple timelines (buffers)
- Tweet, Reply, Retweet, Delete tweet
- Direct Messages
- Open URLs in browser
- Thread view
- Unread count
- View any user's tweets
- Fully customizable
- Multiple accounts
The code is hosted on a
git repo: http://github.com/dialelo/turses
A list of tasks can be found on the on the
issue tracker_. Feel free to
submit issues, feature requests or participate in ongoing discussions.
issue tracker: http://github.com/dialelo/turses/issues
If you feel hackish, reading the
dev docs_ is recommended.
CONTRIBUTING.md contains instructions on how to contribute code.
turses is licensed under a GPLv3 license, see
LICENSE for details.
turses is based on
AUTHORS for a full list of contributors.