This is the source distribution of Spoilerific, a web application by Jason McIntosh (firstname.lastname@example.org) that helps people share ROT13-encoded messages via Twitter. A more complete justification for its existence might be found at http://spoilerific.jmac.org, the live, public instance of Spoilerific that I run for the good of mankind.
Why's the code on GitHub?
Just for fun, and in the spirit of sharing how the web app works. Spoilerific isn't a commercial project or anything, so I have little to lose by pulling the curtain back for anyone who wishes to see the gears.
While I would react with sadness were you to run a public copy of Spoilerific under your own name, or something, I do invite you to clone or fork the code and mess around with it as much as you please for the sake of your own enlightenment.
If you mess around with the code to the degree that you actually end up with a patch, then feel free to share it in the form of a pull request.
Running a local copy of Spoilerific
Have a fairly recent Perl handy. (Consider using
Install all the CPAN modules listed as requirements in Makefile.PL. (Consider using
t/conf/spoilerific.confwith your application's Twitter credentials.
prove -l lib tand make sure all the tests pass.
script/spoilerific_server.pl -r -d. If it succeeds (and prints a lot of neatly formatted debug information to the terminal), you should be able to access the app at