Not sure this question is relevant to SuperTweet itself or more of a
Twitter API question, but:
anyone know how to prevent some text from automatically being turned
in to a link?
I am sending a command that looks like this:
curl -s --connect-timeout 2 -u $USERNAME:$PASSWORD -d "status=this is
my foo.sd/blah post" http://api.supertweet.net/1/statuses/update.xml
and the text "foo.sd/blah" is getting turned into a shortened t.co url
link to http://foo.sd/blah/
It is somehow detecting that ".sd" is a domain name and turning it
into a link (does the same with .com, .org, etc)
I need this to either not happen or be able feed it a different url to
use for the link and display the original text.
as in: <a href="http://my_custom_url/blah