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NAME

       Dist::Zilla::Plugin::Twitter - Twitter when you release with Dist::Zilla

VERSION

       version 0.026

SYNOPSIS

       In your dist.ini:

           [Twitter]
           hash_tags = #foo
           url_shortener = TinyURL

DESCRIPTION

       This plugin will use Net::Twitter to send a release notice to Twitter.  By default, it
       will include a link to release on <http://metacpan.org>.

       The default configuration is as follows:

           [Twitter]
           tweet_url = https://metacpan.org/release/{{$AUTHOR_UC}}/{{$DIST}}-{{$VERSION}}/
           tweet = Released {{$DIST}}-{{$VERSION}}{{$TRIAL}} {{$URL}} !META{resources}{repository}{web}
           url_shortener = TinyURL

       The "tweet_url" is shortened with WWW::Shorten::TinyURL or whichever other service you
       choose (use 'none' to use the full URL, in which case Twitter will shorten it for you) and
       appended to the "tweet" message.

   VARIABLE INTERPOLATION
       The following variables are available for substitution in the URL and message templates:

             DIST        # Foo-Bar
             MODULE      # Foo::Bar
             ABSTRACT    # Foo-Bar is a module that FooBars
             VERSION     # 1.23
             TRIAL       # -TRIAL if is_trial, empty string otherwise.
             TARBALL     # Foo-Bar-1.23.tar.gz
             AUTHOR_UC   # JOHNDOE
             AUTHOR_LC   # johndoe
             AUTHOR_PATH # J/JO/JOHNDOE
             URL         # http://tinyurl.com/...

       DISTMETA INTERPOLATION

       Resources information available in the META.* files of the distribution can be accessed
       via "<META{key}{subkey}[1]">. You may mix-and-match "{...}" to access hashref elements and
       "[\d]" to access arrayref elements.  You're responsible for making sure you are accessing
       the right part of the META data structure, and treating it as the right type of data. See
       CPAN::Meta::Spec and the "$TYPE DATA" sections of CPAN::Meta in particular.

       The "META{...}" replacement may also have one of two modifiers, which are prefixed
       directly before "META":

       "!" - URL shortening
           Providing an exclamation point ("!META{...}") will URL-shorten the value you extract
           from the distmeta data structure. This will have no effect unless the value is a URL
           to begin with.

       "@" - Arrayref stringification
           Providing an at-symbol (@META{...}) will include all the elements of the arrayref you
           specify by joining them with $". So, this is just like doing "@{ $your_array_ref }".

       So, for example, to use the GitHub home of the project instead of its metacpan page, one
       can do:

           [Twitter]
           tweet = Released {{$DIST}}-{{$VERSION}}{{$TRIAL}} !META{resource}{repository}{web}
           url_shortener = TinyURL

       Or, to include the authors in your tweet:

           [Twitter]
           tweet = @META{author} released {{$MODULE}} {{$VERSION}}: {{$URL}}

   PAUSEID
       You must be using the "UploadToCPAN" or "FakeRelease" plugin for this plugin to determine
       your PAUSEID.

   HASHTAGS
       You can use the "hash_tags" option to append hash tags (or anything, really) to the end of
       the message generated from "tweet".

           [Twitter]
           hash_tags = #perl #cpan #foo

AVAILABILITY

       The latest version of this module is available from the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network
       (CPAN). Visit <http://www.perl.com/CPAN/> to find a CPAN site near you, or see
       <https://metacpan.org/module/Dist::Zilla::Plugin::Twitter/>.

SOURCE

       The development version is on github at
       <http://github.com/dagolden/dist-zilla-plugin-twitter> and may be cloned from
       <git://github.com/dagolden/dist-zilla-plugin-twitter.git>

BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

       You can make new bug reports, and view existing ones, through the web interface at
       <https://github.com/dagolden/dist-zilla-plugin-twitter/issues>.

AUTHORS

       ·   David Golden <dagolden@cpan.org>

       ·   Mike Doherty <doherty@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

       This software is Copyright (c) 2014 by David Golden.

       This is free software, licensed under:

         The Apache License, Version 2.0, January 2004