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Support emoji in tweets #43
Ok, emoji turn out to be tricky. They're encoded as long, Unicode ligatures. That's fine for some applications, but perhaps not all. In the end, I added an --emoji option to the command line.
Along the way, I also added code to replace links with their original text. Twitter runs all links and images through their own resolver; I don't think that's either useful or interesting in general.
Hope this is of interest.