It can be Twitter4J side's problem.
I'll take a look at it later.


On 11月27日, 午後5:06, hansamann <sven.hai...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> I am working with Twitter4J which should have support for the latest
> retweet format in the current Snapshot. Somehow I cannot get the
> retweetedStatus object, it returns null, so I am wondering if retweets
> are also part of the streaming API which I am using. I am using the
> filter stream and would like to detect retweeted messages in this
> stream.
> Based on the last information form Twitter this should be possible and
> the retweetedStatus info should be part of the filter stream statuses.
> Is this still correct?
> Cheers
> Sven
> On Nov 19, 5:16 pm, Marcel Molina <mar...@twitter.com> wrote:
> > Back in August we announced plans to release the Retweet feature along with
> > an API to publish and consume retweets. Over the last few months we've been
> > gradually opening up the feature to more users as we performance test and
> > refine it. You can see some of the original announcement emails around
> > retweets 
> > here:http://groups.google.com/group/twitter-api-announce/browse_thread/thr......
> > Today we've launched the feature to 100% of users. You can now consume
> > retweets via the /statuses/home_timeline resource, as well as all the
> > specialized retweet timelines. For backwards compatibility reasons we're
> > stripping retweets out of the friends_timeline resource as well as the
> > user_timeline resource. If you plan on implementing support for consuming
> > retweets from timelines, switch all instances of /statuses/friends_timeline
> > to /statuses/home_timeline.
> > All the relevant retweet documentation can be found 
> > here:http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Twitter-REST-API-Method%3A-statuses-retwee...
> > To those implementing this feature in your clients, I'd suggest taking some
> > UI cues from what we've done on 
> > Twitter.com:http://s3.amazonaws.com/twitter_production/differentiating-retweets.png
> > Notice how the retweet by @ablegrape of @wblakegray's tweet is clearly
> > differentiated from the surrounding tweets with a distinctive retweet icon
> > and the "Retweeted by" label along the bottom. This is just one way of doing
> > it. Use whatever interface you think makes sense. What's important is
> > communicating to your users that the tweet they are seeing was shared with
> > them by someone they follow so they don't get confused by seeing tweets in
> > their timeline from people they aren't following.
> > We're just getting started with the retweet feature but we're happy with
> > this initial v1 we pushed out. We're really looking forward to seeing how
> > everyone works with this new API.
> > --
> > Marcel Molina
> > Twitter Platform Teamhttp://twitter.com/noradio

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