add the following to
addSbtPlugin("com.eed3si9n" % "sbt-twt" % "0.2.0")
this adds a new command called
twt with tab completion.
for 0.12.0-M2 add the following to
libraryDependencies += Defaults.sbtPluginExtra("com.eed3si9n" % "sbt-twt" % "0.2.1", "0.12.0-M2", "2.9.1")
remove the oauth token:
sbt "twt clearauth"
remove the entry from global
all you have to do now, is start up
sbt, and in the console type
> twt usage: twt <command> twt log [-12] : prints 12 tweets from the timeline. twt unread [-100] : prints unread tweets from the timeline. twt grep #scala [-12] : searches for #scala. also as twt ? twt commit "tweet!" : tweets quoted string. also as twt ci. twt re <id> "tweet!" : tweets quoted string in reply to <id>. twt rt 118567297655902208 : retweets the tweet with <id>. twt fav <id> [-d] : faves/unfaves the tweet with <id>. twt pin 1234567 : authorizes twt to access twitter. twt clearauth : clears the authorization. > twt grep [tab] grep "#sbt #scala" grep #scala > twt grep "#sbt #scala" * <bibixdev> 118465815925374978 - bibixdev: #scala #sbt #github pure pleasure!
since we don't want to either store passwords on machine or send them over wire, it uses OAuth. and because this is not a web app, you'd need to type in a PIN number given to you by twitter.
$ sbt ... > twt log accept the authorization request in your browser, for the fun to begin. (brower should pop up asking if you want to let sbt-twt access you account) then run `twt pin <pin>` to complete the process. > twt pin 8686743
most of the heavy lifting of talking to twitter was done by @n8han's dispatch library.
the Unicode rendering issue (mojibakeh)
you need to add
-Dfile.encoding=UTF-8 in sbt's launch script to render non-ASCII correctly.