1. Richo Healey
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Commits

Author Commit Message Date Builds
Richo Healey
Todo item done
Richo Healey
release 0.4.9
Richo Healey
Bring manpage up to date
Richo Healey
Configurable polling interval Warns you for slightly insane values, but the lack of an abstraction around output is slightly worrying.
Richo Healey
Add more todo notes while hacking at configuration
Richo Healey
Releae 0.4.8
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twat-0.4.8
Richo Healey
Fix -u user -l [count]
Richo Healey
Remove pointless index
Richo Healey
Fix the -l option, the string==Fixnum comparison was always false
Richo Healey
release 0.4.7
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twat-0.4.7
Richo Healey
Actually use manpage
Richo Healey
Housekeeping
Richo Healey
Release 0.4.6
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twat-0.4.6
Richo Healey
Put <> back into the tweet text before displaying
Richo Healey
Show tweets last tweet last To match the way -f shows Also, clean up this hack
Branches
twat-0.5.0
Richo Healey
Add more todo
Richo Healey
Release 0.4.5
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twat-0.4.5
Richo Healey
Add a beep option to let you know when you're mentioned in -f
Richo Healey
Release 0.4.4
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twat-0.4.4
Richo Healey
Highlight tweets at you in red
Richo Healey
Bump version for the -f option
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twat-0.4.3
Richo Healey
Clean out my TODO!! So satisfying to open the TODO and find that most of it is already implemented. Added a new one, for configurable polling interval (which carries with it warnings if it's too short.. which means a warn method.. which means abstracting it's output..) On the upside, it'll make unit testing similar. *Scurries off to add that to TODO*
Richo Healey
Document new option
Richo Healey
Merge branch 'user_newsfeed'
Richo Healey
Remove pointless debug statement
Richo Healey
Finish follow mode -f now allows you to "watch" your twitter feed
Richo Healey
Rework the config system, ability to disable colors
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twat-0.4.2
Richo Healey
Update manpage to reflect current state of affairs
Richo Healey
Turh colors on or off with --set
Richo Healey
Implement 'follow' mode for logging tweets like tail -f I believe this is buggy and outright broken, without the internet it's hard to test.
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