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PostPosted: Mon Aug 21, 2017 8:30 am 
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Tweego's been around for a few years now in beta, however, I've finally had some time to polish it up and publish a proper release.

Tweego is a free (gratis and libre) command line compiler for Twine/Twee story formats, written in Go, which is compatible with all story formats (both Twine 1 and Twine 2 styles).

Announcing Tweego v1.0.1:

Downloads & documentation: http://www.motoslave.net/tweego/

Edit: Updated to v1.0.1 to fix an import issue.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 02, 2017 1:11 pm 
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Hi TME.
I absolutely love tweego. I've been exploring the many possibilities of Twine 2 lately (which was previously impossible, due to twine 2's lack of screen reader accessibility.) Also, making Sugarcube-2 the default story format was a great idea IMHO, seeing that the majority of Twine games using Sugarcube are completely accessible with screen readers. (A note to any twine authors reading this: if you don't like SugarCube, stories in the snowman format are also very accessible.)


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I have low vision but do pretty well with a larger screen and magnification. Accessibility support is most important. Thank you for the heads up. I like Twine already. I will try this. Sounds like it will be even better.

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There's also Twee2, but I prefer the ease of use and backwards compatibility of Tweego.


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