Read the home timeline of a Twitter user and add the text of any tweets found there to the OmniFocus inbox
twitter-to-omnifocus [ configuration_file ]
This application pulls the home timeline of the user corresponding to the consumer key specified in the configuraiton file and adds the text of tweets found there to the OmniFocus inbox using AppleScript.
This script looks for a configuration file specified as the first argument of the script, as “.tweettoOmniFocus.cfg” in the home directory, or as “tweettoOmniFocus.cfg” in the current working directory (in that order).
The file consists of configuration directives as key-value pairs separated by white space. The configuration file is rewritten at each execution to include additional values (such as the identifier of the last tweet noticed in the home timeline) necessary for the program to run. This configuration file must have two lines in it that represent the Consumer Key and Consumer Secret that you get when you register the application at Twitter API site
consumer_key abc123abc123abc123 consumer_secret 789xyz789xyz789xyz789xyz
The first time the application runs, you will be prompted to authorize this application with Twitter and enter a PIN number. When you do that, two other values — “access_token” and “access_token_secret” — will be written to the configuration file.
Peter Murray, application information