A Twitter client for the console.
A session with multiple columns running on
The goal of the project is to build a full-featured, lightweight, and extremely configurable Twitter client.
The documentation for
turses is available on ReadTheDocs.
Take a look at this screencast for an
overview of the features of
turses and its usage.
If you downloaded the source code
$ python setup.py install
$ pip install turses
or (but consider using pip):
$ easy_install turses
- 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.
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.
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.
AUTHORS for a full list of contributors.