Table of Contents
- Install with Homebrew
- Report Bugs
See releases for more information.
Install with Homebrew
You can also install Tweet Tray with Homebrew Cask,
brew cask install tweet-tray.
Some application settings can be passed via commandline arguments. For a full list, run the executable from the commandline with the
--proxyYou can configure Tweet Tray to use a HTTP proxy server, by setting the
--proxyargument. This takes a string value of the proxy server address and port, in the form of
--proxy address:port. This also supports SOCKS5 by using the
socks5protocol prefix, eg
Please create a Github issue and provide as much information as possible regarding the bug, including images or error codes. To make things as uniform as possible please follow the guidelines set out in
Fork the Tweet Tray repository on Github to your own account then clone it locally.
Setup the applications' dependencies by navigating to the
tweet-traydirectory and run
Before you can use all functions of Tweet Tray you'll need to create your own Twitter OAuth Application to test. You don't need to set a callback URL, as Tweet Tray uses a mannually input Authorization code. After that, take the Consumer Key and Secret and update your local
config.jsfile found under
After everything has been installed simply call
yarn devto run the development build. To run the production build you can call
yarn prestartfollowed by
For all new features or bug fixes please create an issue in the main repository first (so we can track what goes into each release) then simply submit a pull request from your own fork into the original
develop branch. To make sure the changes are easily reviewable please repect the format set out in
To create an installable build simply call
yarn package, which will create an executable based on your current operating system. If you want to debug something in a packaged build you can call
DEBUG_PROD=true yarn package.