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I live over at https://envs.net/~duriny, author of twtr

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In-reply-to > @~duriny Cool! There's a typo in "parameter" and your script needs some input validation. 8-) https://envs.net/~duriny/cgi-bin/twtxt.sh?file=https://twtxt.net/user/prologic/avatar 502s, I expected more a 400 for PNG data and https://envs.net/~duriny/cgi-bin/twtxt.sh?file=https://twtxt.net/user/prologic/avatar.jpg prints some HTML in the browser.

I might leave input validation for later, maybe I’ll add an –html option to twtr to make it easier :)


#oe3veca
In-reply-to > @~duriny Cool! There's a typo in "parameter" and your script needs some input validation. 8-) https://envs.net/~duriny/cgi-bin/twtxt.sh?file=https://twtxt.net/user/prologic/avatar 502s, I expected more a 400 for PNG data and https://envs.net/~duriny/cgi-bin/twtxt.sh?file=https://twtxt.net/user/prologic/avatar.jpg prints some HTML in the browser.

Good catch on that typo @lyse, thanks :)


#pk22sda
In-reply-to > @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! 🥳

As it happens I just added thread support to my script, its up on my home page now ;)


#ogak7ya
In-reply-to > @fastidious O'really? Interesting... @~duriny Do you need a way to visualize Twts in a Web Browser for your client? What if you could borrow the same code from yarnd -- And/Or we refactor it a bit so it's possible for you to "import" and call FormatTwt() and render as HTML? In fact you can already import git.mills.io/yarnsocial/yarn/types/lextwt and use the formatting methods there to do basic HTML rendering already thanks to @xuu and @lyse

to be honest I didn’t think anybody would ever find my twtxt feed so the fact that it is getting picked up on twtxt.net automatically is kind of amazing lol


#tjgmdda
In-reply-to > @fastidious O'really? Interesting... @~duriny Do you need a way to visualize Twts in a Web Browser for your client? What if you could borrow the same code from yarnd -- And/Or we refactor it a bit so it's possible for you to "import" and call FormatTwt() and render as HTML? In fact you can already import git.mills.io/yarnsocial/yarn/types/lextwt and use the formatting methods there to do basic HTML rendering already thanks to @xuu and @lyse

@prologic No pod yet XD, just a redirect to https://twtxt.net, but its good to know that it’s allowed :)


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