I am trying to write CSDL which uses the twitter.mentions target, and am very confused. The examples given in the documentation say that the right way to do this is:
twitter.mentions == "@SomeHandle"
for single handles, and:
twitter.mentions in "@SomeHandle,@AnotherHandle"
if I wish to search for multiple handles.
Which confuses me on two fronts:
1) Why can't I use the 'in' operator for both cases?
2) twitter.mentions is an array, and the right side of both those expressions is a string; how can an array be equal to a string? Is there some sort of (completely undocumented, as far as I can find) implicit looping going on?