Torsten Raudssus

NAME

Text::Tweet - Optimize a tweet based on given keywords

VERSION

version 0.004

SYNOPSIS

  use Text::Tweet;
  
  my $tweeter = new Text::Tweet({
    maxlen => 140,
    marker => '#',
    hashtags_at_end => 0,
    keywords => [ 'Perl', 'Twitter', 'Facebook', 'Private' ],
  });
  
  my $tweet = $tweeter->make(
    'This is my Perl Twitter Facebook Tweet',
    \'http://some.url/'
  );
  # This is my #Perl #Twitter #Facebook Tweet http://some.url/ #private

  my $next_tweet = $tweeter->make_without_keywords(
    'This is my Perl Twitter Facebook Tweet',
    \'http://some.url/',
    [ 'Tweet' ]
  );
  # This is my Perl Twitter Facebook #Tweet http://some.url/

  my $other_tweeter = new Text::Tweet({
    hashtags_at_end => 1,
  });

  my $other_tweet = $other_tweeter->make(
    'This is my Perl Twitter Facebook Tweet',
    \'http://some.url/',
    [ 'Perl', 'Twitter', 'Facebook' ]
  );
  # This is my Perl Twitter Facebook Tweet http://some.url/ #perl #twitter #facebook

DESCRIPTION

This package is nothing more than a little helper for making a more optimized tweet. It is supposed to be part of some bigger application, for example for automatic Tweet generation out of RSS, or integrated via Ajax on a webpage to offer more effective tweets for the user.

CONTRIBUTORS

edenc - giving API design hints

AUTHOR

Torsten Raudssus <torsten@raudssus.de> http://www.raudssus.de/

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Raudssus Social Software.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.




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