[twitter-dev] Re: No oauth_verifier in custom URI (Desktop)

2010-05-16 Thread Jeena
Something new on this topic? /Jeena

[twitter-dev] Re: xauth error -1012

2010-05-16 Thread neptune2000
Same here. I get this with the XAuthTwitterEngineDemo: Twitter request failed: BCC3F69C-36CE-4C86-B50B-8E8B094E2DCD with error:Error Domain=HTTP Code=403 Operation could not be completed. (HTTP error 403.) Has any of you guys figured out how to fix this? On Apr 26, 7:00 pm, luckyman

Re: [twitter-dev] WebSockets protocol for streaming API

2010-05-16 Thread Michael Brunton-Spall
I'll just briefly disagree with you about point 2. OAuth does not require that you have a browser available. With Twitter supporting xAuth your desktop or mobile application can take a persons username and password and exchange them for an Access Token for accessing protected resources via OAuth

[twitter-dev] OAuth issue, using mostly supplied code.

2010-05-16 Thread wparsons
Hopefully someone can help me out with this one, as I'm pretty stuck.. I'm using the PHP example on here: http://dev.twitter.com/pages/oauth_single_token function getConnectionWithAccessToken($oauth_token, $oauth_token_secret) { $connection = new TwitterOAuth(CONSUMER_KEY, CONSUMER_SECRET,

[twitter-dev] Re: oAuth Echo problems

2010-05-16 Thread gotosleep
I am having the exact same issue with Twitpic. I use the same code to generate the OAuth header for Twitpic as I do for Twitter, but Twitpic always returns a 401. On May 15, 6:26 pm, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: To follow up, if I simply actually call verify_credentials it returns a valid json

[twitter-dev] Re: alert() in anywhere.js

2010-05-16 Thread JohnB
Are we really talking about incorrect installations here? Twitter's own @Anywhere documentation page (http://dev.twitter.com/anywhere/ begin) is throwing this same error in older browsers, including Chrome 3.0.195. On May 15, 6:26 pm, Abraham Williams 4bra...@gmail.com wrote: I agree that

[twitter-dev] What the hell is to set up @anywhere, please provide a client id

2010-05-16 Thread AnnoyedUser
Why the hell am I suddenly getting to set up @anywhere, please provide a client id when I try to use the search.twitter.com (unless I disable javascript) ?

[twitter-dev] xAuth now returns a 403 when posting a tweet

2010-05-16 Thread neptune2000
I have been using the xAuth code by Aral Balkan for my iPhone apps: http://aralbalkan.com/3133/ The code had been working fine for a couple of months both getting token and posting tweets. I rerun the code today, and all of a sudden while getting the token still work, posting a tweet always

[twitter-dev] Stream Pad Player?

2010-05-16 Thread PoisonKush
Is there anyway I can add a stream pad player to my twitter profile? If so that would be awesome!!

[twitter-dev] Re: oAuth Echo problems

2010-05-16 Thread Rich
I've spent a good 12 hours on this so far and this is where I've got to 1) I use the same code to generate the oAuth header for echo and communicating to the Twitter API 2) I generate a fake request to verify_credentials and generate the oauth http header but change Authorization to

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: alert() in anywhere.js

2010-05-16 Thread Dan Webb
This does sound like a regression of some kind. We'll get this fixed ASAP. On Sat, May 15, 2010 at 3:41 PM, JohnB johnfakor...@yahoo.com wrote: Are we really talking about incorrect installations here? Twitter's own @Anywhere documentation page (http://dev.twitter.com/anywhere/ begin) is

Re: [twitter-dev] OAuth issue, using mostly supplied code.

2010-05-16 Thread Abraham Williams
Make sure your clock is properly synced. If it is more the a few minutes off it can cause the same error. Abraham On Sun, May 16, 2010 at 01:49, wparsons willpars...@gmail.com wrote: Hopefully someone can help me out with this one, as I'm pretty stuck.. I'm using the PHP example on here:

[twitter-dev] Re: Problem with status encoding... I guess

2010-05-16 Thread @sebagomez
Hello Konpaku, thanks for you answer. I am encoding my text with UTF8, I don´t know what you mean by your files Also, I don´t know if BOM is necesarry cause as I mentioned before, it works with other international characters, but I will give that a try though thanks On May 15, 8:48 pm, Konpaku

Re: [twitter-dev] WebSockets protocol for streaming API

2010-05-16 Thread M. Edward (Ed) Borasky
On Sunday, May 16, 2010 12:58:13 am Michael Brunton-Spall wrote: I'll just briefly disagree with you about point 2. OAuth does not require that you have a browser available. With Twitter supporting xAuth your desktop or mobile application can take a persons username and password and exchange

[twitter-dev] Re: Problem with status encoding... I guess

2010-05-16 Thread Konpaku Kogasa
Hello, Hello Konpaku, thanks for you answer. I am encoding my text with UTF8, I don´t know what you mean by your files Sorry I meant all the source files. Also what language and oAuth library are you using for this? - Konpaku Kogasa

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Announcing Twurl: OAuth-enabled curl for the Twitter API

2010-05-16 Thread kuhkatz
Am 15.05.2010 21:38, schrieb Patrick Kennedy: I bet coffee and 10 seconds with either of you would fix my problem, but no worries. On Sat, May 15, 2010 at 9:02 PM, kuhkatzkuhk...@googlemail.com wrote: Am 14.05.2010 23:40, schrieb Faried Nawaz: On May 15, 12:41 am,

[twitter-dev] Re: oAuth Echo problems

2010-05-16 Thread Rich
After chatting with one of the engineers at TwitPic they appear to have fixed the invalid oauth header issue, now I get a 401 error saying my API key is invalid even though it's a copy and paste from their site On May 16, 3:18 pm, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: I've spent a good 12 hours on this

Re: [twitter-dev] WebSockets protocol for streaming API

2010-05-16 Thread John Kalucki
I did a quick reading, and I couldn't tell if WS connections are restricted back to the domain of the calling page, or if arbitrary connections are allowed. If the former, there may not be a reason for the Streaming API to support this. If the latter, perhaps there's a valid use case. Looking at

Re: [twitter-dev] WebSockets protocol for streaming API

2010-05-16 Thread John Kalucki
Ed, Efficiency isn't the only goal of user streams, but it is an important one when considering systems at this scale. When optimizing such a system, you generally go looking for the biggest reward first. We've identified applications that run on the desktop, such as Tweetdeck, Seesmic, and

Re: [twitter-dev] WebSockets protocol for streaming API

2010-05-16 Thread Harshad RJ
On Mon, May 17, 2010 at 12:35 AM, John Kalucki j...@twitter.com wrote: Browser-based clients are service-based. There are many counter examples that are not service-based. (Hootsuite, Brizzly and err tDash). Instead of generalizing browser-based clients, would it not be better to

[twitter-dev] Problem(s) moving to a newer version of the API

2010-05-16 Thread Jonathan
I've been waiting a week for some response to a question. I just found that the question never was distributed. I'll try again. I've made a little progress on my own, but not much. I feel like I'm beating my head against a wall, and I'm very frustrated. To recap: I have a prototype application

[twitter-dev] Weird inconsistency in social graph

2010-05-16 Thread Zac Bowling
I've been poking around with this little ruby script running it every now and then the last few weeks: http://gist.github.com/403113 (I'm trying to get an understanding of the rate of change in my social graph by being able to compare my graph to any point in time I previously ran the script.) I

[twitter-dev] PNG's not uploading

2010-05-16 Thread howard
THe API has not been uploading PNG's as avatars/profile pix that my app sends. Then I tried on twitter.com directly and surprisingly got the there was a problem updating your profile message. I tried with a JPG on the website and it worked fine. Are you aware of the issue? -H

Re: [twitter-dev] WebSockets protocol for streaming API

2010-05-16 Thread Zac Bowling
Web sockets allows you to support cross domain access however you want by checking the Origin: header. If you only want to allow your own domain, then you can compare the Origin equals your own domain and if you want to allow some domains or all domains you can whitelist as you want. According to

Re: [twitter-dev] Field constraints

2010-05-16 Thread Raffi Krikorian
Is there a reference that explains the field types and constraints of the data coming from the Twitter API? unfortunately, no - we don't have a centralized document listing all this (although, we probably should). Some things are a bit uncertain. For example, are user IDs 32bit or 64 bit

Re: [twitter-dev] WebSockets protocol for streaming API

2010-05-16 Thread Raffi Krikorian
as a fallback - some people have had some success using http://github.com/r/twstreamer to get access to the stream from javascript (using flash as a bridge). usual caveats around production-izing streams apply. On Sat, May 15, 2010 at 5:38 AM, Cezar Sá Espinola ceza...@gmail.comwrote: Hey

Re: [twitter-dev] Twitter returns different tweet ids.

2010-05-16 Thread Raffi Krikorian
how are you defining correct? ie - what are you comparing the ids against so as to lead you to think they are not correct? On Sat, May 15, 2010 at 2:25 PM, omergul123 omergul...@gmail.com wrote: Hello. when I call the statuses/home_timeline api method ro retrieve the tweets, the ids of the

[twitter-dev] Re: How to filter out utf-8 characters in java

2010-05-16 Thread giustin
Hi, Dears! If one of yours could help me, I will really be happy. I have no experience with PHP. If you access the follow link, the prototype will send a request to the Search PHP Twitter Class with the tag educacao. In my language, it to be educação. So, some tweets results could be show like

[twitter-dev] How to use PHP Twitter Search API with the operators OR SINCE HASHTAG etc

2010-05-16 Thread giustin
Hi, Using the PHP Twitter Search by Ryan Faerman, I'm trying to create a mashup to my final university project. The class is that: http://greenservr.com/projects/twittersearch/TwitterSearch.phps What I would like to know? In the Search API Twitter, you can use many methods, and I dont know

[twitter-dev] Re: How to use PHP Twitter Search API with the operators OR SINCE HASHTAG etc

2010-05-16 Thread giustin
Hi, myself and dears mates! :) It is very simple, but I'm not saw before. So, a example with the operator OR is: http://www.portabilis.com.br/tcc/search_PHP_API/index.php?twitterq=brasil+OR+copaSubmit=Enviar+dados Thanks. On 17 maio, 00:04, giustin tgiu...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, Using the PHP

[twitter-dev] Re: Introduce yourself!

2010-05-16 Thread Jonathan
I'm Jonathan Sachs, and I'm working with a company named Kachingle (http://www.kachingle.com) that's building a new type of service for letting users give financial support to the web sites they visit. We want to use Twitter to keep our member sites and users aware of each others' activities.

[twitter-dev] new api for entity's mentioned by @raffi

2010-05-16 Thread davidnelson
Hi, Does anyone know when the new api for entities will be available? I think an api to get all metadata for a twitter user id would be far more useful and also lower api traffic way more. Any chance of seeing this one? Thanks, David

[twitter-dev] Re: xAuth now returns a 403 when posting a tweet

2010-05-16 Thread neptune2000
Item closed. Twitter now returns 403 when re-sending the same message, which is what the referenced demo program does. On May 15, 12:56 pm, neptune2000 papa.ma...@gmail.com wrote: I have been using the xAuth code by Aral Balkan for my iPhone apps: http://aralbalkan.com/3133/ The code had

[twitter-dev] Re: Twitter xAuth with Chilkat Hail Mary - Internal Server Error (500)

2010-05-16 Thread Peter Cross
I figured it out. Here's my tip for anyone struggling with xAuth for Twitter without the help of a library: The Hueniverse Interactive Walkthrough This lets you test your values to see if they're valid. Just choose the Create Your Own option, plug in your variables and see what it spits out

[twitter-dev] Weird text gets added to my site's URL

2010-05-16 Thread Adam Capriola
It appears that when I'm not logged into Twitter and visit my site that has @anywhere on it, this is added to the end of all my URLs: #?oauth_error_reason=not_authed How can I get rid of this? Is there a fix? (My site is http://www.adamcapriola.com/ You can try to see if you can reproduce the

[twitter-dev] The pseudo-code for base string in OAuth page is wrong.

2010-05-16 Thread Rafael Borges
Hello, After carefully reading your OAuth page instructions, I concluded that the pseudo-code for base string in Signing Requests section of Authenticating Requests pages is wrong (http://dev.twitter.com/pages/ auth#signing-requests). The pseudo-code only URL encodes the parameters once, but i

Re: [twitter-dev] WebSockets protocol for streaming API

2010-05-16 Thread Cezar Sá Espinola
Hey guys, thanks for the responses. You're right, the motive why I can't use the WebSockets interface is that although the header information for the WebSockets protocol is based on HTTP headers, it's not HTTP and you cannot open a WebSocket connection to an HTTP endpoint. The only other option

[twitter-dev] Re: MGTwitterEngine with OAuth and XAuth support

2010-05-16 Thread Mathieu
Thanks Steve! I'm using it, but I always get back a 401 error when trying to do a request. - My apps have been granted xAuth access by Twitter (I tried with multiple consumer keys and secrets) - I fetch the token with -[MGTwitterEngine getXAuthAccessTokenForUsername:password:] - I get the token

[twitter-dev] Re: OAuth issue, using mostly supplied code.

2010-05-16 Thread wparsons
Bingo!! Thanks so much Abraham!! My server time was out by a few hours, synced it up and I get results just like expected!! On May 16, 10:31 am, Abraham Williams 4bra...@gmail.com wrote: Make sure your clock is properly synced. If it is more the a few minutes off it can cause the same error.