Termtter is a terminal based Twitter client.
Some Termtter Commands:
> update hi!
> search termtter
json_pure or json
% sudo gem install termtter
Termtter generates a configuration file named '~/.termtter/config'. You can edit the file anytime.
% vim ~/.termtter/config config.user_name = 'USERNAME' config.password = 'PASSWORD'
If you would like to use proxy server, add configurations like this:
config.proxy.host = 'PROXYHOST' config.proxy.port = 'PROXYPORT' config.proxy.user_name = 'USERNAME' config.proxy.password = 'PASSWORD'
You can to load plugins in this way:
Termtter::Client.init do |t| t.plug 'fib' t.plug 'growl' end
To update the config, just restart your termtter proccess.
Enhance the document and spec
Improve the UI(a status view, etc…)
Your termtter can curry commands.
> curry u u > hi updated => hi u > curry @ujm u @ujm > hi updated => @ujm hi u @ujm > uncurry >
You can also type `<` as curry.
> < u u >
(The MIT License)
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