[cross-posting with the python-twitter list] A new package is definitely in order, as the last one (the one appearing on several downstream distros) is woefully out of date. That said, we'd been hoping to start syncing the library version with an official Twitter API version number -- see this thread (http://j.mp/8VYe32) from earlier, but I'm not sure what the status of that is.
If not, then I suppose we should just put together a package of the latest trunk, if for nothing else to be a little bit more current. But honestly, I would probably recommend just pulling recent library builds from the hg repository for your project, as the api is relatively high flux (as is normal), and any versioned package not sync'ed to the api itself would get out of date quickly. We can pick up that part of the discussion on the python-twitter list and drop the general twitter api list. -DeWitt On Fri, Jan 22, 2010 at 12:42 AM, Daniel Would <dan...@demigoth.org> wrote: > Hey, I've been making use of python-twitter on maemo to write a > twitter app called 'witter'. This evening i wrote some code to use > max_id in getUsertimeline but then disocvered whilst it is in your > latest source tree, that addition isn't in the last packaged version > you did. And whoever added it to maemo seems to have just pulled your > packaged versions. > > Any chance you could package up a 0.7 release? > > Regardless, thanks for python-twitter it's making my app cleaner as i > replace my own bits, and it made picking up oauthtwitter nice and > easy. So > it's appreciated. > > Sincerely > > Daniel would > > http://danielwould.wordpress.com >