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pypm install django-twittersync-oauth

How to install django-twittersync-oauth

  1. Download and install ActivePython
  2. Open Command Prompt
  3. Type pypm install django-twittersync-oauth
 Python 2.7Python 3.2Python 3.3
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BSD License
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version 0.1.1 on Mar 2nd, 2011

Set these in your settings.py (you can obtain consumer key and secret from twitter.com):

TWITTER_APP_NAME = "Your App name"

Add twittersync_oauth to your INSTALLED_APPS after twittersync:


Then run:

./manage.py auth_twitter

auth_twitter opens a twitter authentication request in your browser. Please note that you can do this on your own pc and then use the resulting keys on your server. Click Accept and twitter gives you a PIN. Insert this PIN in the manage.py you executed. The script gives you other two variables you need to set in your settings.py. Done! :)

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Last updated Mar 2nd, 2011

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