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whoislive

No need to visit your Twitch following page anymore. Useful for streamlink users.

Regular version on macOS

What Version Should I Use?

The regular version is the original one that outputs in color and is meant to be ran inside a Terminal that supports colors. It requires the colorama package to be installed. Recommended for macOS Terminal users and possibly Linux users, and maybe Windows users who got a good terminal...

The no-color version is the same as the regular version, except there is no color and its output format is changed to make it more legible without color. Recommended for Windows Command Prompt users who add the script to their path.

The noob version is the same as the no-color version except it has a "Press any key to exit..." at the end. This is recommended for beginners that use Windows as you can just double click the .py file to run it. See the bottom of this readme for a demo.

All scripts use the same saved OAuth token, so you can use all versions at the same time.

Installation

noob version

  • Make sure Python 2.7 is installed (other versions untested)
    • Windows users can download it here: Python 2.7
    • On macOS it is already installed
  • Download whoislive-noob.py
  • Double click the .py file you downloaded

no-color version

  • Make sure Python 2.7 is installed (other versions untested)
    • Windows users can download it here: Python 2.7
    • On macOS it is already installed
  • Download whoislive-no-color.py
  • Recommended: Add it to your PATH (Windows) or add an alias to your .bash_profile (Unix) to make it accessible wherever you are
  • Run the script in your Command Prompt/Terminal

regular version

  • Make sure Python 2.7 is installed (other versions untested)
    • Windows users can download it here: Python 2.7
    • On macOS it is already installed
  • Install Colorama: pip install colorama
  • Download whoislive.py
  • Recommended: Add it to your PATH (Windows) or add an alias to your .bash_profile (Unix) to make it accessible wherever you are
  • Run the script in your Command Prompt/Terminal

Re: Twitch Auth

It says I get access to your email, which I guess is true, but I haven't seen my own email while developing this, so I really don't. I guess "email" is Twitch's fancy wording for the user_read scope which I need to see who you are following. (However the script runs client side so I don't see it anyway, and the #access_token is a hash so I don't see your oauth key in my web server logs either.)

tl;dr: I won't know anything about you

Noob version usage

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