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The easiest way to install the latest version from PyPI is by using [pip](https://pip.pypa.io/): pip install tweepy To use the `tweepy.asynchronous` subpackage, be sure to install with the `async` extra: pip install tweepy[async] You can also use Git to clone the repository from GitHub to install the latest development version: git clone https://github.com/tweepy/tweepy.git cd tweepy pip install . Alternatively, install directly from the GitHub repository: pip install git+https://github.com/tweepy/tweepy.git Python 3.6 - 3.10 are supported. Links ----- - [Documentation](https://tweepy.readthedocs.io/en/latest/) - [Official Discord Server](https://discord.gg/bJvqnhg) - [Twitter API Documentation](https://developer.twitter.com/en/docs/twitter-api)
How to solve AttributeError: 'Client' object has no attribute 'apply_auth'?Asked 2022-Apr-08 at 20:48
I'm having trouble with new and old documentation of tweepy, it seems that everything that worked in previous versions, but there are a lot of changes, I have a problem making it work right now. Any ideas why I have this error?
import tweepy client = tweepy.Client(bearer_token='[redacted]', consumer_key='[redacted]', consumer_secret='[redacted]', access_token='[redacted]', access_token_secret='[redacted]') api = tweepy.API(client) public_tweets = api.home_timeline() for tweet in public_tweets: print(tweet.text)
I get this error
AttributeError: 'Client' object has no attribute 'apply_auth'
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-08 at 18:25
First of all, you should IMMEDIATELY refresh all your personnal and applications tokens.
Anyone can access the Twitter API on your behalf, it's like sharing your password publicly.
About your question: the
tweepy.Client is used to access the version 2 of the Twitter API, while the
tweepy.API is used to access the version 1.1 of the Twitter api.
So you can use them side by side, but they can not be mixed that way.
A quick fix could be:
auth = tweepy.OAuth1UserHandler( consumer_key, consumer_secret, access_token, access_token_secret ) api = tweepy.API(auth) public_tweets = api.home_timeline() for tweet in public_tweets: print(tweet.text)
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