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[ TwitterUI ] TwitterUI is a small Shoes app, and yet another Twitter client for the desktop. Since Shoes is still being developped, twitterui is more an experiment than a stable alternative to the other three thousand Twitter-apps around there. It is designed so far to be: * usable, and feature-complete, * pretty (for some definitions of pretty), * and simple. I hope you enjoy it. A wiki-page is talking about TwitterUI, if you want something prettier than a README file, or screenshots, have a look at http://cyprio.net/wiki/TwitterUI Install ------- You need Shoes to get this application working. The Shoes toolkit can be downloaded from http://code.whytheluckystiff.net/shoes, and you should get a late (unpolished) build to run the application: so, have a look at: - http://code.whytheluckystiff.net/shoes/wiki/RecentBuilds, - or even http://github.com/why/shoes for the bleeding (and painfull) edge. Once you get Shoes to run on your system, simply launch: shoes twitterui.rb Shoes allows one to distribute a .shy archive of an app. I'll leave that as an exercise for YOU if you get TwitterUI from source ; while released versions should of course be distributed directly as .shy files. I only ran TwitterUI on Linux systems (Debian, and and a XUbuntu-ed eeePC), so I'd be pleased to know if you get it to run nicely on other platforms. :) Copyrights ---------- Yeah, well. TwitterUI is made by Arnaud Berthomier <email@example.com> and is distributed under the BSD licence. The Twitter name, logos, and sutff are (c) Twitter Inc.