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Cheermeup

Command line program that plays random animal videos to cheer you up!

Created by u/andohuman | @andohuman

1. Getting started

This script works by scraping videos from a couple of popular animal subreddits.

You need to have python3 installed on your system.

2. Installation

Installing using pip

Run pip3 install cheermeup --user

Installing from source

  1. Clone this repository

git clone https://github.com/andohuman/cheermeup.git

If you're on windows you can download the zip from here and extract the archive.

  1. cd into the folder and install the package by executing

cd cheermeup

pip3 install . --user

from your terminal.

Note: If you're on linux you might have to add /home/{USERNAME}/.local/bin/ to your $PATH.

  • Run the script by executing cheermeup and enjoy.

Note: When you run the problem for the first time (of the day) it'll take a couple of minutes to fetch the links and cache them. So, give it a couple of seconds.

If you find any bugs or want to make some improvements feel free to issue a pull request.

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