- Configuration Methods
- Run Methods
- Help Methods
- Summary Methods
- Completion Methods
- Connect Methods
- Disconnect Methods
- Use Methods
- Followers Methods
- Follow Methods
- Unfollow Methods
- User Methods
- User Timeline Methods
- Friends Methods
- Friends Timeline Methods
- Public Timeline Methods
- Update Methods
- Reply Methods
- Direct Message Methods
- Send Message Methods
- Search Methods
- About Methods
- Version Methods
- Debug Methods
- Quit Methods
- Internal Shell Methods
- SEE ALSO
- COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
App::Maisha::Shell - A command line social micro-blog networking tool.
use App::Maisha::Shell; my $shell = App::Maisha::Shell->new;
This distribution provides the ability to micro-blog via social networking websites and services, such as Identica and Twitter.
Used internally to reference the current shell for command handlers.
Used by timeline commands to limit the number of messages displayed. The default setting will display the last 20 messages.
Used by timeline commands to order the messages displayed. The default is to display messages in descending order, with the most recent first and the oldest last.
To reverse this order, set the 'order' as 'ascending' (or 'asc') in your configuration file. (case insensitive).
Sets the networks list that will appear above the command line.
Sets the prompt string that will appear on the command line.
Sets the text that will appear at the end of your message.
In order to suppress the tag string set the 'tag' option to '.' in your configuration file.
Provides the order of services available, the first is always the primary service.
Enables the use of a pager when viewing timelines. Defaults to true if not specified.
When printing a list of status messages, the default format of printing the username followed by the status message is not always suitable for everyone. As such you can define your own formatting.
The default format is "[%U] %M", with the available formatting patterns defined as:
%U - username or screen name %M - status message %T - timestamp (e.g. Sat Oct 13 19:29:17 +0000 2012) %D - datetime (e.g. 13/10/2012 19:29:17) %d - date only (e.g. 13/10/2012) %t - time only (e.g. 19:29:17) %N - network
As Maisha is run from the command line, it is most likely being run within a terminal window. Unfortunately there isn't currently a detection method for knowing the exact screen width being used. As such you can specify a width for the wrapper to use to ensure the messages are correctly line wrapped. The default setting is 80.
Provides the history file, if available.
Boolean setting for debugging messages.
The last error message received from a failing command.
The run methods are handlers to run the specific command requested.
The help methods are handlers to provide additional information about the named command when the 'help' command is used, with the name of a command as an argument.
When the 'help' command is requested, with no additonal arguments, a summary of the available commands is display, with the text from each specific command summary method handler.
For some commands completion methods are available to help complete the command request. for example with the 'use' command, pressing <TAB> will attempt to complete the name of the Network plugin name for you.
The connect methods provide the handlers to connect to a service. This is performed automatically on startup for all the services provided in your configuration file.
The disconnect methods provide the handlers to disconnect from a service.
The use methods provide the handlers change the primary service. The primary service is used by the main messaging commands. All available services are used when 'update' or 'say' are used.
The followers methods provide the handlers for the 'followers' command.
The follow methods provide the handlers for the 'follow' command.
The unfollow methods provide the handlers for the 'unfollow' command.
The user methods provide the handlers display the profile of a named user.
The user timeline methods provide the handlers for the 'user_timeline' command. Note that the 'ut' is an alias to 'user_timeline'.
The user_timeline command has one optional parameter:
maisha> ut [limit]
The friends methods provide the handlers for the 'friends' command.
The friends timeline methods provide the handlers for the 'friends_timeline' command. Note that the 'ft' is an alias to 'friends_timeline'.
The friends_timeline command has one optional parameter:
maisha> ft [limit]
The public timeline methods provide the handlers for the 'public_timeline' command. Note that the 'pt' is an alias to 'public_timeline'.
The public_timeline command has one optional parameter:
maisha> pt [limit]
The update methods provide the handlers for the 'update' command. Note that 'say' is an alias for 'update'.
The reply methods provide the handlers for the 'replies' command. Note that 're' is an aliases for 'replies'
The replies command has one optional parameter:
maisha> re [limit]
The direct message methods provide the handlers for the 'direct_message' command. Note that 'dm' is an aliases for 'direct_message'.
The direct_message command has two optional parameters:
maisha> dm [from|to] [limit] maisha> dm from maisha> dm to 10 maisha> dm 5 maisha> dm
The first above is the usage, with the keywords 'from' and 'to' both being optional. If neither is specified, 'to' is assumed. In addition a limit for the number of message can be provided. If no limit is given, your configured default, or the system default (20) is used.
The send message methods provide the handlers for the 'send_message' command. Note that both 'send' and 'sm' are aliases to 'send_message'
These methods provide the handlers for the 'search' command.
The search command has one optional, and one mandatory parameter:
maisha> search [limit] term [term ...] maisha> search term maisha> search 10 term maisha> search a really long search term maisha> search 20 a really long search term
If the first parameter is a number, this will be treated as the limit value, used to limit the number of messages displayed.
These methods provide the handlers for the 'about' command.
The quit methods provide the handlers for the 'version' command.
The debug methods provide more verbose error mesages if commands fail.
The debug command has two optional parameters:
maisha> debug on|off maisha> debug on maisha> debug off
The quit methods provide the handlers for the 'quit' command. Note that both 'quit' and 'q' are aliases to 'exit'
Used internally to interface with the underlying shell application.
For further information regarding the commands and configuration, please see the 'maisha' script included with this distribution.
Main Site: http://maisha.grango.org
Barbie, <firstname.lastname@example.org> for Miss Barbell Productions <http://www.missbarbell.co.uk>.
Copyright (C) 2009-2014 by Barbie This distribution is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the Artistic License v2.