List similar artists.
Click the above image to view a video of lssa in action.
lssa is a CLI program for the terminal that accepts one or more music artists as arguments and returns a list of similar artists.
By default, the output of each given artist will list 10 similar artists.
This number can be set explicitly using the
The results are sourced from the similar artist pages from last.fm.
View the usage and help output with the
or as a plain text file in
This section describes what environments this program may run on, any prior requirements or dependencies needed, and any third party libraries used.
Any shell commands using relative paths are expected to be executed in the root directory of this repository.
- Linux (supported)
- BSD (supported)
- macOS (supported)
- GCC >= 8.0.0 (supported)
- Clang >= 7.0.0 (supported)
- Apple Clang >= 11.0.0 (untested)
- CMake >= 3.8
- Boost >= 1.68.0
- ICU >= 62.1
- OpenSSL >= 1.1.0
- boost_iostreams (libboost_iostreams) part of the Boost library
- boost_system (libboost_system) part of the Boost library
- crypto (libcrypto) part of the OpenSSL library
- icui18n (libicui18n) part of the ICU library
- icuuc (libicuuc) part of the ICU library
- pthread (libpthread) POSIX threads library
- ssl (libssl) part of the OpenSSL library
- z (libz) ZLib library for gzip and deflate compression
HTTP client, modified and included as
for parsing CLI args, modified and included as
Using a new version of GCC or Clang is required, as the default
Apple Clang compiler does not support C++17 Standard Library features such as
A new compiler can be installed through a third-party package manager such as Brew. Assuming you have Brew already installed, the following commands should install the latest GCC.
brew install gcc brew link gcc
The following CMake argument will then need to be appended to the end of the line when running the shell script.
Remember to replace the placeholder
<path-to-g++> with the canonical path to the new g++ compiler binary.
./RUNME.sh build -- -DCMAKE_CXX_COMPILER='<path-to-g++>'
The included shell script will build the project in release mode using the
The included shell script will install the project in release mode using the
This project is licensed under the MIT License.
Copyright (c) 2019 Brett Robinson
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