@~duriny Please do! It might be nice to have some good portable tooling to support this kind of thing. 👌
@~duriny now, it would be nice if it showed threads based on the hashes. I am yet to see a script that does similarly to what Yarn does with, well, a yarn. 😂
@fastidious Hahaha oh c’mon give the guy a break 😂 There has to be limitations to what one can pull off in far simpler ways like a simple shell script, I think it comes down to choices right? If you want the full experience, use
yarnd, if you like tree-like views with a curses-style interface, use
jenny, and so on… This is awesome watching this unfold! 🥳
@fastidious Haha of course he could! 😅 I guess it all depend son his goals, so far I’m just really super happy and impressed frankly we have another client and it even implements the specs! 👌
@prologic you do realise we are talking about a web rendering tool, right? This is not about the client (which it could be used to render twtxt.txt into HTML, if @~duriny wanted), but about a sideshow tool/script that takes a feed, and produces a nice HTML page with twts nicely formatted, and replies where they belong, and so on and so forth.