Twitter auto like bot
Where does likelo's idea come from?
I have a friend named Arash(AraaX on twitter) who follows me in twitter, every time I post something or even reply to my friend, after a short period of time, I get a notification which says Arash liked my post or reply :)
Likelo simulates Arash for your followers :))
Note: You will need Go 1.7 or newer.
While signed in under your Twitter account, visit https://apps.twitter.com. Click Create an application. Assign a name, description, and URL to the application. If you don't know the URL of your application yet, that's fine, you can change it later when you know (actually this is not required for likelo). Click the Yes, I agree check box, fill out the CAPTCHA, and click Create your Twitter application. Once the application has successfully created, visit the Settings tab for the application. Select the Read and Write radio button and click Update this Twitter application's settings. This sets the proper permissions for the application to query and post new tweets to the account. Visit the Keys and Access Tokens tab. Take note of the consumer key, consumer secret, access token, and access secret — you'll need these for likelo bot. If the access token/secret are not shown, click Create my access token at the bottom of the page.
consumer key, consumer secret, access token, and access secret is required for using in likelo config.
download likelo with go get
go get github.com/arastu/likelo
Copy sample config file(.likelo.config.sample.yaml) from likelo folder to your home folder and rename it to .likelo.yaml
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/arastu/likelo cp .likelo.config.sample.yaml $HOME/.likelo.yaml
Then edit .likelo.yaml and add consumer key, consumer secret, access token, and access secret.
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/arastu/likelo make likelo
This will create likelo binary executable file in $GOPATH/src/github.com/arastu/likelo folder.
./likelo Using config file: /Users/arastu/.likelo.yaml Starting Stream...
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