I’m sad to have to withdraw support for Catfood Cleat, my command line client for Twitter. Twitter disabled Cleat last week and won’t reply to emails asking for an explanation and so I have no choice but to stop providing this free tool. Much more here. If you have used Cleat I’d recommend uninstalling it.
The death of Windows Mobile is inevitable and so less sad but I no longer use a Windows phone of any sort and so there just aren’t going to be future updates or support for Tracker, TextShips or NPR Station Finder. If you still use any of these products this won’t affect their continued operation but I will no longer provider support or updates.
I’ve just released a small update to Catfood Cleat, my command line client for Twitter. 1.10 supports geolocation (you can include a longitude and latitude with the tweet) and timestamps (current date and time appended to the end of the tweet).
I’ve just released Catfood Cleat, a tool that tweets from the Windows command line.
Use cleat to automate tweets from Task Scheduler, tweet from batch files, or just when you want to share without leaving the console.
Cleat supports multiple Twitter accounts and will automatically shorten tweets to 140 characters if necessary so you don’t need to worry about the exact length when using Cleat for automation.
Download Cleat and let me know what you think.