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ttytter-r2a.pl -- a TTYtter extension Copyright (C) 2013 by Ben Cotton and others Licensed under GNU Public License v2.0. See LICENSE.txt for full license. Project website: https://github.com/funnelfiasco/ttytter-r2a Note: as of TTYtter version 2.2, the reply-to-all functionality has been added mainline TTYtter. The "sandwiched" mode added by Thameera Senanayaka for ttytter-r2a.pl version 1.1 is not currently in the mainline TTYtter. ttytter-r2a.pl is an extension that adds "reply-to-all" functionality to TTYtter. The usage is identical to the built-in '/reply' command. To reply to all users mentioned in a tweet, the syntax is: /replytoall <tweet_id> <reply_status> For example: /replytoall f2 oh yeah? Well check out this cool @TTYtter extension I wrote! The lazy typist can also use /replyall or /ra. Commands are case-insensitive for the benefit of users running a DRUNKHULK-type account or who really like to yell at others on the Internet. By default, this extension will format the reply in the format '@screen_name @mentioned witty_reply'. However, if you want the reply sandwiched, like '@screen_name witty_reply @mentioned', you can use /rasw. The list of matched user names does not include the sender of the tweet being replyed to, nor does it include the user name that TTYtter is running under. User matching is done by a simple regular expression ("@\w+"), so it's possible that sometimes you'll miss a user name or add a spurious one. The actual posting of the reply is still handled with native TTYtter functions (common_split_post, if you're curious), so any sending-related settings you have configured will be honored.