On Thu, Sep 3, 2009 at 3:37 AM, Tweet Thief<tweetth...@gmail.com> wrote:
> curl -D - -s -u user:pass
> "http://twitter.com/friendships/exists.xml?user_a=just_me_hi&user_b=tweetthief";

Try the (new?) friendship/show:

http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Twitter-REST-API-Method%3A-friendships-show

curl -D - -s --netrc
"http://twitter.com/friendships/show.xml?target_screen_name=tweetthief&source_screen_name=just_me_hi";

(you can avoid putting your username and password on the commandline
if you use ~/.netrc)

I was just looking at it for a little script I use that mimics doesfollow.com

The advantage seems to be that you get both "directions" (does a
follow b and does b follow a) in one API call, which makes a lot of
sense.

Dunno how long it's been there, but it's new to me… and it's one of my
favorite new features in a long time, minor though it is.

TjL

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