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Tweet from the Command Line with Twidge

Jan 08, 2009, 14:34 (0 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Dmitri Popov for this link. ]

"Moreover, Twidge supports Identi.ca -- an open source micro-blogging service.

"Linutop and Ubuntu-based netbook owners can grab a .deb package of Twidge at the project's Web site and install it using the sudo dpkg -i twidge_x.xx.x_i386.deb command. Before you can use Twidge, you have to configure it using the twidge setup command. Enter your Twitter user name and password, and you are all set. Using Twidge couldn't be easier. To view the 20 most recent updates from the people you follow, use the twidge lsrecent -su command. The twidge update command allows you to post a tweet, for example:

"twidge update "Message goes here.""

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