Yeah, that's what I'm doing as well.
I wish Twitter would give us some answers.
I can post a tweet is the text is "test"
If I try to post "test!", it fails. Something about the encoding of
non-alphanumeric characters is part of the problem. But, because
Twitter isn't talking, all we can do is guess.
On Jul 28, 12:52 pm, Cristovão Morgado <cristovao.morg...@gmail.com>
> I use this
> works flawlessly!
> On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 5:47 PM, Duane Roelands
> > My stuff is based on Shannon Whitley's as well. Do you mind sharing
> > where specifically you had to make the changes?
> > On Jul 28, 11:40 am, Zaudio <si...@z-audio.co.uk> wrote:
> > > I don't myself think that twitter are doing anything more than
> > > enforcing the standard. I spent 3 hours 'fixing' my code for our
> > > application (uses Shannon Whitley's c# library as a base); I only
> > > found two bugs in thelibrary that caused any problem... the use of
> > > httputility.urlencode in place of the modified urlencode already
> > > implemented for use with Oauth, as required by the spec... the library
> > > just wasn't using it in two places.
> Cristovao Morgado