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# encoding: utf-8
twitter [action] [options]
authorize authorize the command-line tool to interact with Twitter
follow follow a user
friends get latest tweets from your friends (default action)
help print this help text that you are currently reading
leave stop following a user
list get list of a user's lists; give a list name to get
tweets from that list
mylist get list of your lists; give a list name to get tweets
from that list
public get latest public tweets
pyprompt start a Python prompt for interacting with the twitter
object directly
replies get latest replies to you
search search twitter (Beware: octothorpe, escape it)
set set your twitter status
shell login to the twitter shell
rate get your current rate limit status (remaining API reqs)
-r --refresh run this command forever, polling every once
in a while (default: every 5 minutes)
-R --refresh-rate <rate> set the refresh rate (in seconds)
-f --format <format> specify the output format for status updates
-c --config <filename> read username and password from given config
file (default ~/.twitter)
-l --length <count> specify number of status updates shown
(default: 20, max: 200)
-t --timestamp show time before status lines
-d --datestamp show date before status lines
--no-ssl use less-secure HTTP instead of HTTPS
--oauth <filename> filename to read/store oauth credentials to
FORMATS for the --format option
default one line per status
verbose multiple lines per status, more verbose status info
urls nothing but URLs
ansi ansi colour (rainbow mode)
The config file should be placed in your home directory and be named .twitter.
It must contain a [twitter] header, and all the desired options you wish to
set, like so:
format: <desired_default_format_for_output>
prompt: <twitter_shell_prompt e.g. '[cyan]twitter[R]> '>
OAuth authentication tokens are stored in the file .twitter_oauth in your
home directory.
from __future__ import print_function
input = __builtins__['raw_input']
except (AttributeError, KeyError):
import sys
import time
from getopt import gnu_getopt as getopt, GetoptError
from getpass import getpass
import re
import os.path
import locale
import string
from ConfigParser import SafeConfigParser
except ImportError:
from configparser import ConfigParser as SafeConfigParser
import datetime
from urllib.parse import quote
except ImportError:
from urllib2 import quote
import webbrowser
from .api import Twitter, TwitterError
from .oauth import OAuth, write_token_file, read_token_file
from .oauth_dance import oauth_dance
from . import ansi
from .util import smrt_input, printNicely
'action': 'friends',
'refresh': False,
'refresh_rate': 600,
'format': 'default',
'prompt': '[cyan]twitter[R]> ',
'config_filename': os.environ.get('HOME', '') + os.sep + '.twitter',
'oauth_filename': os.environ.get('HOME', '') + os.sep + '.twitter_oauth',
'length': 20,
'timestamp': False,
'datestamp': False,
'extra_args': [],
'secure': True,
'invert_split': False,
def parse_args(args, options):
long_opts = ['help', 'format=', 'refresh', 'oauth=',
'refresh-rate=', 'config=', 'length=', 'timestamp',
'datestamp', 'no-ssl']
short_opts = "e:p:f:h?rR:c:l:td"
opts, extra_args = getopt(args, short_opts, long_opts)
extra_args = [arg.decode(locale.getpreferredencoding())
for arg in extra_args]
for opt, arg in opts:
if opt in ('-f', '--format'):
options['format'] = arg
elif opt in ('-r', '--refresh'):
options['refresh'] = True
elif opt in ('-R', '--refresh-rate'):
options['refresh_rate'] = int(arg)
elif opt in ('-l', '--length'):
options["length"] = int(arg)
elif opt in ('-t', '--timestamp'):
options["timestamp"] = True
elif opt in ('-d', '--datestamp'):
options["datestamp"] = True
elif opt in ('-?', '-h', '--help'):
options['action'] = 'help'
elif opt in ('-c', '--config'):
options['config_filename'] = arg
elif opt == '--no-ssl':
options['secure'] = False
elif opt == '--oauth':
options['oauth_filename'] = arg
if extra_args and not ('action' in options and options['action'] == 'help'):
options['action'] = extra_args[0]
options['extra_args'] = extra_args[1:]
def get_time_string(status, options, format="%a %b %d %H:%M:%S +0000 %Y"):
timestamp = options["timestamp"]
datestamp = options["datestamp"]
t = time.strptime(status['created_at'], format)
i_hate_timezones = time.timezone
if (time.daylight):
i_hate_timezones = time.altzone
dt = datetime.datetime(*t[:-3]) - datetime.timedelta(
t = dt.timetuple()
if timestamp and datestamp:
return time.strftime("%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S ", t)
elif timestamp:
return time.strftime("%H:%M:%S ", t)
elif datestamp:
return time.strftime("%Y-%m-%d ", t)
return ""
class StatusFormatter(object):
def __call__(self, status, options):
return ("%s%s %s" %(
get_time_string(status, options),
status['user']['screen_name'], status['text']))
class AnsiStatusFormatter(object):
def __init__(self):
self._colourMap = ansi.ColourMap()
def __call__(self, status, options):
colour = self._colourMap.colourFor(status['user']['screen_name'])
return ("%s%s%s%s %s" %(
get_time_string(status, options),
ansi.cmdColour(colour), status['user']['screen_name'],
ansi.cmdReset(), status['text']))
class VerboseStatusFormatter(object):
def __call__(self, status, options):
return ("-- %s (%s) on %s\n%s\n" %(
class URLStatusFormatter(object):
urlmatch = re.compile(r'https?://\S+')
def __call__(self, status, options):
urls = self.urlmatch.findall(status['text'])
return '\n'.join(urls) if urls else ""
class ListsFormatter(object):
def __call__(self, list):
if list['description']:
list_str = "%-30s (%s)" % (list['name'], list['description'])
list_str = "%-30s" % (list['name'])
return "%s\n" % list_str
class ListsVerboseFormatter(object):
def __call__(self, list):
list_str = "%-30s\n description: %s\n members: %s\n mode:%s\n" % (list['name'], list['description'], list['member_count'], list['mode'])
return list_str
class AnsiListsFormatter(object):
def __init__(self):
self._colourMap = ansi.ColourMap()
def __call__(self, list):
colour = self._colourMap.colourFor(list['name'])
return ("%s%-15s%s %s" %(
ansi.cmdColour(colour), list['name'],
ansi.cmdReset(), list['description']))
class AdminFormatter(object):
def __call__(self, action, user):
user_str = "%s (%s)" %(user['screen_name'], user['name'])
if action == "follow":
return "You are now following %s.\n" %(user_str)
return "You are no longer following %s.\n" %(user_str)
class VerboseAdminFormatter(object):
def __call__(self, action, user):
return("-- %s: %s (%s): %s" % (
"Following" if action == "follow" else "Leaving",
class SearchFormatter(object):
def __call__(self, result, options):
return("%s%s %s" %(
get_time_string(result, options, "%a, %d %b %Y %H:%M:%S +0000"),
result['from_user'], result['text']))
class VerboseSearchFormatter(SearchFormatter):
pass #Default to the regular one
class URLSearchFormatter(object):
urlmatch = re.compile(r'https?://\S+')
def __call__(self, result, options):
urls = self.urlmatch.findall(result['text'])
return '\n'.join(urls) if urls else ""
class AnsiSearchFormatter(object):
def __init__(self):
self._colourMap = ansi.ColourMap()
def __call__(self, result, options):
colour = self._colourMap.colourFor(result['from_user'])
return ("%s%s%s%s %s" %(
get_time_string(result, options, "%a, %d %b %Y %H:%M:%S +0000"),
ansi.cmdColour(colour), result['from_user'],
ansi.cmdReset(), result['text']))
_term_encoding = None
def get_term_encoding():
global _term_encoding
if not _term_encoding:
lang = os.getenv('LANG', 'unknown.UTF-8').split('.')
if lang[1:]:
_term_encoding = lang[1]
_term_encoding = 'UTF-8'
return _term_encoding
formatters = {}
status_formatters = {
'default': StatusFormatter,
'verbose': VerboseStatusFormatter,
'urls': URLStatusFormatter,
'ansi': AnsiStatusFormatter
formatters['status'] = status_formatters
admin_formatters = {
'default': AdminFormatter,
'verbose': VerboseAdminFormatter,
'urls': AdminFormatter,
'ansi': AdminFormatter
formatters['admin'] = admin_formatters
search_formatters = {
'default': SearchFormatter,
'verbose': VerboseSearchFormatter,
'urls': URLSearchFormatter,
'ansi': AnsiSearchFormatter
formatters['search'] = search_formatters
lists_formatters = {
'default': ListsFormatter,
'verbose': ListsVerboseFormatter,
'urls': None,
'ansi': AnsiListsFormatter
formatters['lists'] = lists_formatters
def get_formatter(action_type, options):
formatters_dict = formatters.get(action_type)
if (not formatters_dict):
raise TwitterError(
"There was an error finding a class of formatters for your type (%s)"
f = formatters_dict.get(options['format'])
if (not f):
raise TwitterError(
"Unknown formatter '%s' for status actions" %(options['format']))
return f()
class Action(object):
def ask(self, subject='perform this action', careful=False):
Requests fromt he user using `raw_input` if `subject` should be
performed. When `careful`, the default answer is NO, otherwise YES.
Returns the user answer in the form `True` or `False`.
sample = '(y/N)'
if not careful:
sample = '(Y/n)'
prompt = 'You really want to %s %s? ' %(subject, sample)
answer = input(prompt).lower()
if careful:
return answer in ('yes', 'y')
return answer not in ('no', 'n')
except EOFError:
print(file=sys.stderr) # Put Newline since Enter was never pressed
# Figure out why on OS X the raw_input keeps raising
# EOFError and is never able to reset and get more input
# Hint: Look at how IPython implements their console
default = True
if careful:
default = False
return default
def __call__(self, twitter, options):
action = actions.get(options['action'], NoSuchAction)()
doAction = lambda : action(twitter, options)
if (options['refresh'] and isinstance(action, StatusAction)):
while True:
except KeyboardInterrupt:
print('\n[Keyboard Interrupt]', file=sys.stderr)
class NoSuchActionError(Exception):
class NoSuchAction(Action):
def __call__(self, twitter, options):
raise NoSuchActionError("No such action: %s" %(options['action']))
class StatusAction(Action):
def __call__(self, twitter, options):
statuses = self.getStatuses(twitter, options)
sf = get_formatter('status', options)
for status in statuses:
statusStr = sf(status, options)
if statusStr.strip():
class SearchAction(Action):
def __call__(self, twitter, options):
# We need to be pointing at to work, and it is less
# tangly to do it here than in the main()
# We need to bypass the TwitterCall parameter encoding, so we
# don't encode the plus sign, so we have to encode it ourselves
query_string = "+".join(
for term in options['extra_args']])
results =['results']
f = get_formatter('search', options)
for result in results:
resultStr = f(result, options)
if resultStr.strip():
class AdminAction(Action):
def __call__(self, twitter, options):
if not (options['extra_args'] and options['extra_args'][0]):
raise TwitterError("You need to specify a user (screen name)")
af = get_formatter('admin', options)
user = self.getUser(twitter, options['extra_args'][0])
except TwitterError as e:
print("There was a problem following or leaving the specified user.")
print("You may be trying to follow a user you are already following;")
print("Leaving a user you are not currently following;")
print("Or the user may not exist.")
printNicely(af(options['action'], user))
class ListsAction(StatusAction):
def getStatuses(self, twitter, options):
if not options['extra_args']:
raise TwitterError("Please provide a user to query for lists")
screen_name = options['extra_args'][0]
if not options['extra_args'][1:]:
lists = twitter.user.lists(user=screen_name)['lists']
if not lists:
printNicely("This user has no lists.")
for list in lists:
lf = get_formatter('lists', options)
return []
return reversed(twitter.user.lists.list.statuses(
user=screen_name, list=options['extra_args'][1]))
class MyListsAction(ListsAction):
def getStatuses(self, twitter, options):
screen_name = twitter.account.verify_credentials()['screen_name']
options['extra_args'].insert(0, screen_name)
return ListsAction.getStatuses(self, twitter, options)
class FriendsAction(StatusAction):
def getStatuses(self, twitter, options):
return reversed(twitter.statuses.friends_timeline(count=options["length"]))
class PublicAction(StatusAction):
def getStatuses(self, twitter, options):
return reversed(twitter.statuses.public_timeline(count=options["length"]))
class RepliesAction(StatusAction):
def getStatuses(self, twitter, options):
return reversed(twitter.statuses.replies(count=options["length"]))
class FollowAction(AdminAction):
def getUser(self, twitter, user):
return twitter.friendships.create(id=user)
class LeaveAction(AdminAction):
def getUser(self, twitter, user):
return twitter.friendships.destroy(id=user)
class SetStatusAction(Action):
def __call__(self, twitter, options):
statusTxt = (" ".join(options['extra_args'])
if options['extra_args']
else str(input("message: ")))
replies = []
ptr = re.compile("@[\w_]+")
while statusTxt:
s = ptr.match(statusTxt)
if s and s.start() == 0:
statusTxt = statusTxt[s.end()+1:]
replies = " ".join(replies)
if len(replies) >= 140:
# just go back
statusTxt = replies
replies = ""
splitted = []
while statusTxt:
limit = 140 - len(replies)
if len(statusTxt) > limit:
end = string.rfind(statusTxt, ' ', 0, limit)
end = limit
splitted.append(" ".join((replies,statusTxt[:end])))
statusTxt = statusTxt[end:]
if options['invert_split']:
for status in splitted:
class TwitterShell(Action):
def render_prompt(self, prompt):
'''Parses the `prompt` string and returns the rendered version'''
prompt = prompt.strip("'").replace("\\'","'")
for colour in ansi.COLOURS_NAMED:
if '[%s]' %(colour) in prompt:
prompt = prompt.replace(
'[%s]' %(colour), ansi.cmdColourNamed(colour))
prompt = prompt.replace('[R]', ansi.cmdReset())
return prompt
def __call__(self, twitter, options):
prompt = self.render_prompt(options.get('prompt', 'twitter> '))
while True:
options['action'] = ""
args = input(prompt).split()
parse_args(args, options)
if not options['action']:
elif options['action'] == 'exit':
raise SystemExit(0)
elif options['action'] == 'shell':
print('Sorry Xzibit does not work here!', file=sys.stderr)
elif options['action'] == 'help':
print('''\ntwitter> `action`\n
The Shell Accepts all the command line actions along with:
exit Leave the twitter shell (^D may also be used)
Full CMD Line help is appended below for your convinience.''', file=sys.stderr)
Action()(twitter, options)
options['action'] = ''
except NoSuchActionError as e:
print(e, file=sys.stderr)
except KeyboardInterrupt:
print('\n[Keyboard Interrupt]', file=sys.stderr)
except EOFError:
leaving = self.ask(subject='Leave')
if not leaving:
print('Excellent!', file=sys.stderr)
raise SystemExit(0)
class PythonPromptAction(Action):
def __call__(self, twitter, options):
while True:
smrt_input(globals(), locals())
except EOFError:
class HelpAction(Action):
def __call__(self, twitter, options):
class DoNothingAction(Action):
def __call__(self, twitter, options):
class RateLimitStatus(Action):
def __call__(self, twitter, options):
rate = twitter.account.rate_limit_status()
print("Remaining API requests: %s / %s (hourly limit)" % (rate['remaining_hits'], rate['hourly_limit']))
print("Next reset in %ss (%s)" % (int(rate['reset_time_in_seconds']-time.time()),
actions = {
'authorize' : DoNothingAction,
'follow' : FollowAction,
'friends' : FriendsAction,
'list' : ListsAction,
'mylist' : MyListsAction,
'help' : HelpAction,
'leave' : LeaveAction,
'public' : PublicAction,
'pyprompt' : PythonPromptAction,
'replies' : RepliesAction,
'search' : SearchAction,
'set' : SetStatusAction,
'shell' : TwitterShell,
'rate' : RateLimitStatus,
def loadConfig(filename):
options = dict(OPTIONS)
if os.path.exists(filename):
cp = SafeConfigParser()[filename])
for option in ('format', 'prompt'):
if cp.has_option('twitter', option):
options[option] = cp.get('twitter', option)
# process booleans
for option in ('invert_split',):
if cp.has_option('twitter', option ):
options[option] = cp.getboolean('twitter', option)
return options
def main(args=sys.argv[1:]):
arg_options = {}
parse_args(args, arg_options)
except GetoptError as e:
print("I can't do that, %s." %(e), file=sys.stderr)
raise SystemExit(1)
config_path = os.path.expanduser(
arg_options.get('config_filename') or OPTIONS.get('config_filename'))
config_options = loadConfig(config_path)
# Apply the various options in order, the most important applied last.
# Defaults first, then what's read from config file, then command-line
# arguments.
options = dict(OPTIONS)
for d in config_options, arg_options:
for k,v in list(d.items()):
if v: options[k] = v
if options['refresh'] and options['action'] not in (
'friends', 'public', 'replies'):
print("You can only refresh the friends, public, or replies actions.", file=sys.stderr)
print("Use 'twitter -h' for help.", file=sys.stderr)
return 1
oauth_filename = os.path.expanduser(options['oauth_filename'])
if (options['action'] == 'authorize'
or not os.path.exists(oauth_filename)):
oauth_token, oauth_token_secret = read_token_file(oauth_filename)
twitter = Twitter(
oauth_token, oauth_token_secret, CONSUMER_KEY, CONSUMER_SECRET),
Action()(twitter, options)
except NoSuchActionError as e:
print(e, file=sys.stderr)
raise SystemExit(1)
except TwitterError as e:
print(str(e), file=sys.stderr)
print("Use 'twitter -h' for help.", file=sys.stderr)
raise SystemExit(1)
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