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On Monday, September 6, 2010, yuzhujiutian <yuzhujiut...@gmail.com> wrote:
> now, i develop a twitter client in oauthlib_0.8.9 and c/c++, but it's
> always prompt me to login when i code to tweet.
>
> code info:
>
> input_param_url: http://twitter.com/status/update
>
> input_param_search_string:
> authenticity_token=c8a742bea4dffc0589132233ec9d61767310383a&tab=index&in_reply_to_status_id=&in_reply_to=&source=&display_coordinates=false&lat=&lon=&place_id=&status=snsetest20100906&update=update
>
>
>
> then call the function oauth_http_post2(input_param_url,
> input_param_search_string, NULL)
>
> and it returns info is: <html><body>You are being <a href="http://
> twitter.com/login?redirect_after_login=%2Fstatus%2Fupdate">redirected</
> a>.</body></html>
>
> ----------
> by the way, authenticity_token value comes from last operation of
> getting friend_timeline.
>
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