The hs-twitter package

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The hs-twitter API binding lets you access's resources and methods from Haskell.

Implements the full API, see

For more info on use, please visit , the CHANGES file in the distribution contains change info for the package.

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Versions 0.2.0, 0.2.1, 0.2.2, 0.2.3, 0.2.4, 0.2.5, 0.2.6, 0.2.7, 0.2.8
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Dependencies base, HTTP (>=4000.0.1), json (>=0.4), mime, network, old-locale, old-time, random, utf8-string [details]
License BSD3
Author Sigbjorn Finne
Maintainer Sigbjorn Finne <>
Category Web
Uploaded Thu May 28 02:46:22 UTC 2009 by SigbjornFinne
Distributions NixOS:0.2.8
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Readme for hs-twitter-0.2.8

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= hs-twitter - Programming Twitter from Haskell =

'hs-twitter' is a Haskell package providing a binding to
the Twitter API -

The binding is functionally complete (Christmas 2008), letting you write
applications in Haskell that accesses Twitter streams and updates your

For more info on use, please visit:

= Getting started =

For some code samples showing you how to get started using this
API binding, have a look at Web/Twitter.hs at the top.

= Building and installing =

This package is provided in Cabal form, so only thing you need to
do to get going is:

  foo% runghc Setup configure --user  # that option being optional
  foo% runghc Setup build 
  foo% runghc Setup install

(or, if you are versed in its ways, "cabal update ; cabal install twitter")

The package depends on a bunch of other packages though, so you
need to have them built&installed, as well. They are:

  * HTTP:
  * json:
  * utf8-string:
  * mime:

('cabal install' will take care of chasing these down for you, btw..)

= Authentication =

When using this API binding to build your own Twitter applications,
authentication is required ...

= Feedback / question =

Please send them to , and I'll try to respond to them
as best/quickly as possible. (Or, try to send a tweet 'sigbjorn_finne' :-) )