Yes.  A fix has been identified, and should be deployed in a few days

Sent from mobile device

On Apr 17, 2010, at 7:08 AM, Zach <> wrote:

It's 10 days later and next_cursor on
is still always 0, even when the user is being followed by far more
than 20 lists.  This is completely broken and prevents 3rd party apps
from discovering all lists that follow a given user.

Has anyone at Twitter even looked into this?

On Apr 7, 3:43 pm, Mark McBride <> wrote:
Eugene, we're aware of the issue and will take a look at it today.


On Wed, Apr 7, 2010 at 11:09 AM, <> wrote:
I posted this issue to @twitterapi twice, but they ignored it.

Dear API group, please address this question.

Thank you!

On Apr 6, 9:45 am, Spraycode <> wrote:
Has anyone been able to solve this issue? This is still crippling us.


On Apr 2, 5:25 am, luisfigo <> wrote:

Having the same problem...

and get 0 for cursor. This guy is followed by ton of lists in fact....

Below is the snapshot of the end result I got... This is screwing up
our app right now...

<profile_background_image_url> ...

On Apr 1, 6:00 pm, Diego Rin Martin <> wrote:

I think it's a API bug, even in the twitter page the paginator
doesn't work
as expected, sometimes
appears, sometines not, and when appears it makes in a random manner.

i'm getting cursor 0 from API, using int or string representation,
the bug
is in the API that sends
the cursor 0 randomly.

regards, diego.

On Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 2:38 AM, jmathai <> wrote:
Are you sure you're using the string representation of the cursor
instead of the int?  The API's cursor exceeds PHP's max integer

jmathai ~ $ php -r '$x =
json_decode (11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111);
echo $x; echo "\n";

var_dump ($x===11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111);

jmathai ~ $ php -r '$x =
11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111; echo $x;

var_dump ($x===11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111);

On Mar 31, 2:03 am, Diego Rin Martín < m> wrote:
Hi there,

this is my first post to this group, i'm a spanish developer
with twitter api surprises, excuse my poor english, i'will do my
to comunicate nicest.

So, to the problem, I'm trying to retrieve the lists for a user,
list/membershipsget method, and passing cursor as parameter, I'm
having got random results, I explain myself, sometimes I made a
request (for user edans, that have a huge amount of pages to
and I get one page, I pass cursor -1 and I get cursor 0,
sometimes I
get one page, I pass cursor -1 i get cursor 1331431515904087602,
I pass it and I get 0, sometimes I get a random number of pages,
never, never, be able to retrieve the total amount of pages.

I use php twitter-async classes to comunicate with API, I thought
it could be the cause of the problem, but using direct curl (via
curl extension) calls I'm having the same issues.

Same using json or xml.

I'm always getting 200 responses, so the call finish in a correct

any clue?

I'm turning mad.

Thanks in advance.

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