Twish - Python Command Line Client for Twitter

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Twish - Twitter Shell, is a very simple command line, stateless shell for interacting with twitter through the Twitter RESTful API. Simple commands allow one to post to twitter, read friends timelines, add friends, remove friends, and other common tasks. The code is very compact and easy to understand and therefore easy to extend. The only dependancy is the simplejson module. All Twitter API responses are in JSON format.

http://code.google.com/p/twish

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