Hey, good to see you're still alive...
Good to be alive. Good to be back on Awasu forums. I'll be much more alive in a few more months.
I'll email with some of the details but I can run the code in the PyScripter IDE and it works fine, from the command line, I'm getting some additional errors as well as in Awasu.
At one point when I ran it on the command line I received an error regarding Unicode decoding at the point where I'm using the "print" statement to write to STDOUT, but I can run it in the IDE without receiving the Unicode error. I might try replacing the print statement to the sys.stdout.write() method and retesting.
FYI I'm using the fixes text for you
libraryhttps://pypi.python.org/pypi/ftfyhttps://github.com/LuminosoInsight/python-ftfyFunctionality in First Release
- You can subscribe to your "home timeline" which is what you'd see on your Twitter homepage.
- You can subscribe to your "user timeline" which is just your tweets
- You can subscribe to the timelines on people that you already follow on Twitter: @jimboystacos @drewskishotrod MamaKimCooks KrushBurger WichOnWheels, as well as people that you don't follow on Twitter: @cshirky @howardlindzon (I know these guys didn't approve my app as it worked on the very first test)
Note it works with or without the @ symbol
- You can also subscribe to any user's "favorited tweets"
- If you've defined a "list" in twitter (groups of Tweeters) you can subscribe to it via this plugin.
- You can subscribe to a feed of 1) search terms: "python programming", 2) hashtags: #pycon #awasu, and/or 3) stock symbols: $GOOG
- You can subscribe to "mentions of you" where somebody has embedded @YourTwitterId in their tweet
- You can subscribe to "retweets of you" where somebody has re-tweeted one of your tweets
All of the above items can be combined into a single feed from a single instance of this plugin (//admittedly I haven't tested a really radical aggregation of these together, just a handful at a time//).
All feed items can be HTML marked up so that #Hashtags, $Symbols, URLS, and @UserMentions are hyperlinked as they are on Twitter's home page.This is a lot more than the old Twitter Atom/RSS feeds providedDeferred to Second Release
There a couple of other feed sources which are planned for a second release, such as 1) Current/Daily/Weekly Trends, and 2) Direct Messages that you've sent (requires a certain elevated setting in your Twitter Application settings, and thus more documentation from me
I'll email you this weekend with what I've got so far, I'm sure you can turbocharge the development process.
Thanks again for the ever wonderful Awasu!!!