What are you blathering about now? I've checked the DLL routines,
there are no built in encoding features.

And as for VB.NET - you have to do it manually like I did with %2B
because only ASP.NET has URLEncode.

On Aug 13, 10:44 pm, Andrew Badera <and...@badera.us> wrote:
> PS you know there are builtin encoding functions, right?
>
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> On Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 5:43 PM, Andrew Badera<and...@badera.us> wrote:
> > But you're trying to encode a SPACE not a + Mr. Expert Coder.
>
> > You've got to be a troll.
>
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> > On Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 5:41 PM, catcalls<g.obrzut3...@ntlworld.com> wrote:
>
> >> Yeah - but to clarify - A URLEncoded + (which is a space in RFC POST)
> >> is %2B - so that was my point.
>
> >> Don't try and correct me - I am an expert coder.
>
> >> On Aug 13, 10:39 pm, Peter Denton <petermden...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> just to clarify, so someone doesn't happen upon this thread and start 
> >>> using
> >>> %2B for spaces.
>
> >>> a space is %20
>
> >>> On Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 2:33 PM, catcalls <g.obrzut3...@ntlworld.com> 
> >>> wrote:
>
> >>> > Hi Bojan Rajkovic,
>
> >>> > When I tried using 0.3 DLL it stated a file was missing. Fox
> >>> > something?
>
> >>> > Perhaps it's a vs2008 only DLL? What do you think?
>
> >>> > Also, I am using 0.1 DLL which works perfectly except it does not post
> >>> > spaces - I get a 401 unauthorised.
>
> >>> > I declare Oauth.Twitter as oauth2 then use oauth2.WebRequest() with
> >>> > the URL.
>
> >>> > I've tried a + and %2B and the only way to seperate words that works
> >>> > is using a _
>
> >>> > And that looks terrible!
>
> >>> > So, is it a known issue in 0.1 that you cannot post spaces with
> >>> > WebRequest?
>
> >>> > I am getting authenticated fine. AND can post Hi to Twitter. Only one
> >>> > word without spaces works tho - if I use a space or the URLEncoded
> >>> > version of + or + itself it fails.
>
> >>> > Any ideas because I am stumped?
>
> >>> > On Aug 13, 10:18 pm, Bojan Rajkovic <severedcr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> > > On Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 4:17 PM, catcalls <g.obrzut3...@ntlworld.com>
> >>> > wrote:
>
> >>> > > >  BOJAN RAJKOVIC
>
> >>> > > > Yeah, this is the guy. He is a member here. He'll prolly tell me to
> >>> > > > use the updated version of his DLL but sadly the updated version 
> >>> > > > does
> >>> > > > not work as far as I can tell.
>
> >>> > > > So, I am using version 0.1 of his Twitter OAuth DLL. Which sucks to 
> >>> > > > be
> >>> > > > honest. I wish I had the time to rewrite the code in VB.NET but I 
> >>> > > > got
> >>> > > > stuck on creating correct nonces.
>
> >>> > > As I recall, you're the gentleman who had trouble following my 
> >>> > > workflow
> >>> > > instructions, so I'm not much inclined to help you anyway, less so 
> >>> > > after
> >>> > > this little rant.
>
> >>> > > I somehow don't think this is my OAuth library's fault, considering 
> >>> > > that
> >>> > it
> >>> > > takes input from your implementation and doesn't really do any 
> >>> > > processing
> >>> > > short of signing it. If your input is invalid, the signing won't work.
> >>> > > The 0.3 version of the OAuth library works just fine. Please don't 
> >>> > > blame
> >>> > my
> >>> > > code for your own mistakes, and if you have problems, file an issue on
> >>> > > Google Code or send me an e-mail, instead of berating my code in 
> >>> > > public.
>
> >>> > > OAuth trunk seems to work though, I'm able to get an access token from
> >>> > > Twitter. I am able to properly sign a GET request and fetch it (I 
> >>> > > tried
> >>> > with
> >>> > > the user timeline from statuses) from the C# REPL on Mono.
>
> >>> > > If you want to get more information out of the library, try setting
> >>> > > .Debugging to true on the OAuth object, you should get a lot of 
> >>> > > output on
> >>> > > the command line or in Visual Studio's debugging window.

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