We meet again online and thank you Taylor!
On Jul 28, 1:28 pm, Taylor Singletary <taylorsinglet...@twitter.com>
> Hi Milo,
> Though the process of URL encoding for OAuth is usually handled well by URL
> encoding libraries, there are times when they don't do the right things as
> far as what OAuth is expecting. Things like encoding "~" characters when
> they are to remain unencoded, for example.
> One thing you want to verify is that you are first URL escaping characters
> in POST and query strings correctly -- according to the HTTP spec, rather
> than the OAuth spec. Any character that needs URL escaping/% encoding in a
> POST body needs to be encoded correctly before you even get to the OAuth
> part of calculations. OAuth then prescribes that certain characters be %
> encoded -- if your POST body already includes %-encoded characters, this
> usually means that for the OAuth signature base string they need to encoded
> I have an example on github of nearly every possible UTF-8 character and how
> it should be represented at different stages of the request
> TaylorOn Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 10:02 AM, MiloCaruso <milocar...@gmail.com>
> > I am using a "built in" url encoding method that was included in the
> > oAuth library. I have seen it referenced many times and it is supposed
> > to work to url encode.
> > On Jul 28, 11:00 am, Cameron Kaiser <spec...@floodgap.com> wrote:
> > > > I have searched and searched and not found a good solution to being
> > > > able to send special characters in status updates using c#. I can send
> > > > status updates that contain most ASCII characters (but not all).
> > > > fore example, this would work:
> > > > I love twitter
> > > > but this will fail:
> > > > twitter = love
> > > > I am using oAuth and the error I get back is that I am
> > > > unauthenticated. This would indicate that my signature is not being
> > > > generated correctly. In the one that fails I know that it is the "="
> > > > that is causing the issue but can't seem to get around this. I get the
> > > > same when I use any kind of Unicode character as well.
> > > > Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions?
> > > How are you encoding each of those tweets in your OAuth requests?
> > > --
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> > > Cameron Kaiser * Floodgap Systems *www.floodgap.com*
> > ckai...@floodgap.com
> > > -- Madness takes its toll. Have exact change ready.
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