Python script that sets your Twitter profile banner to a random image from a specified folder or a list of paths.
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README.md

twitter-banner-switcher

PyPI Version Python Versions License

Python (3) script that sets your Twitter profile banner to a random image from a specified folder or a list of paths.

Installation

With PyPI (recommended):

$ pip3 install twitter-banner-switcher

With git clone:

$ git clone https://github.com/Pythonity/twitter-banner-switcher
$ pip3 install -r twitter-banner-switcher/requirements.txt
$ cd twitter-banner-switcher/bin

Usage

$ twitter-banner-switcher -h
Usage: twitter-banner-switcher [OPTIONS]

  Set Twitter profile banner to a random image from a specified folder or a
  list of paths

Options:
  -c, --config-file FILENAME  Path to YAML config file (default: ~/.twitter-
                              banner-switcher.yml).
  -h, --help                  Show this message and exit.

Examples

Not much to show here - you can provide path to config file:

$ twitter-banner-switcher -c twitter-banner-switcher.yaml

or save it at ~/.twitter-banner-switcher.yaml and just run the damn thing:

$ twitter-banner-switcher

Example config file

$ cat twitter-banner-switcher.yaml
consumer_key: "Twitter consumer key"
consumer_secret: "Twitter consumer secret"
access_token: "Twitter access token"
access_token_secret: "Twitter access token secret"

banner_images:
    - "/home/bender/Photos/Awesome Twitter Banners/"
    - "/home/bender/Downloaded/planet_express.png"

Note: banner_images can be a path or a list of paths (to directories containing images or directly to image files). Recognized formats are gif, jpg, jpeg and png.

Contributions

Package source code is available at GitHub.

Feel free to use, ask, fork, star, report bugs, fix them, suggest enhancements and point out any mistakes.

Authors

Developed and maintained by Pythonity, a group of Python enthusiasts who love open source, have a neat blog and are available for hire.

Written by Paweł Adamczak.