Setting up Joggle is easy; all you need is Ruby, five minutes, and a spare Jabber account:
# install joggle, create joggle directory sudo gem install joggle mkdir ~/.joggle # create joggle config file # (replace email@example.com and abc123 with your spare jabber # account and password, respectively) echo -e "jabber.user firstname.lastname@example.org\njabber.pass abc123" > ~/.joggle/joggle.cfg # run joggle in the background joggle --daemon --config ~/.joggle/joggle.cfg
Next, add the specified Jabber account (
email@example.com, in the
example above) to the buddy list in your Jabber client.
Finally, register your twitter username and password with Joggle by
sending an instant message like this:
.register TWITTER_USER TWITTER_PASS
TWITTER_PASS with your Twitter username
You can also share your Joggle installation with your friends; have them
add the Jabber account to their buddy list and send a
See the README file for detailed installation instructions and a full list of configuration options.
- Joggle Project Page
- Joggle 0.1.0 Tarball (Signature)
- Joggle 0.1.0 Gem (Signature)
- Joggle Bug Tracker
- Joggle Mercurial Repository
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