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Dominik Kapusta Łódź, Poland
Chat & Messenging

qTwitter

Chat & Messenging Nov 18 2009
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Qt Components

QOAuth

Qt Components Aug 01 2010
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QOAuth

Qt Components 16 comments

by ayoy
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Aug 01 2010
For convenience. Including <QtOAuth> would do, it includes all the necessary headers for you, so that you don't need to include them by hand. - Aug 01 2010
From what I see, you probably have previously compiled and installed qtwitter without OAuth support, and now trying to compile it with OAuth enabled. Prior to it, please uninstall the previous installation (sudo make uninstall in qtwitter's source directory should do the job). Then make distclean, and start again with qmake and make.

The problem is that while linking, linker refers to libtwitterapi installed in system (without OAuth support) and not the one just compiled. I repeated this scenarion in Jaunty and got the same errors, so I guess that's it. - Jul 01 2009
Are you sure you're compiling the most fresh code from github? It works for me on several distros, including Debian. If you like, you can report a bug http://ayoy.lighthouseapp.com/projects/27230-qtwitter/tickets?q=all, but please provide info on your host and qtwitter's version that you are building etc. - Jun 30 2009
Good to hear this, thanks! But to make use of the library, you would need also libqca2-plugin-ossl. It compiles without it, but uses its functionality for HMAC-SHA1 encryption. - Jun 30 2009
qTwitter

Chat & Messenging 37 comments

by ayoy
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Nov 18 2009
This might be fixed now, please test :) - Jan 09 2010
Hey, actually I pushed a small fix to restore compatibility with Qt 4.5 (hopefully, as I can't test it atm since I don't have Qt 4.5). Please give it a try one more time if you can, thanks! - Jan 09 2010
That's true, git version requires Qt 4.6 now. Thanks for bringing this up, I'll update the info. Plus I'll try to figure out the Windows issue as soon as I get to any Windows box. In the meantime, patches are welcome :) - Jan 09 2010
Please make sure that you have the latest code from git. I remember fixing something like this after 0.10.0 release, but I might be mistaken. I don't have Windows machine so I can't test it at the moment :/ - Jan 08 2010
Hey, qTwitter with initial support for laconi.ca is available from git repository:

git://github.com/ayoy/qtwitter.git

There is still work to do, but you can already check it out if you want, and provide feedback :) - Aug 26 2009
I was waiting with the answer until I figure out several issues related to my latest changes in the codebase. Still, I'd love to say that the next release will be in 2 weeks, but I can't promise, since there are some regressions introduced by the new functionality, that I have to work on for a while. Anyway, I may do some pre-release in some time, you'll be informed by the automatic updates module :) - Aug 20 2009
Hi, at the moment I'm working on support for custom laconi.ca services. I hope you can expect it in the next release :) - Aug 17 2009
Yep, that's because there are no Maemo packages yet. It's compilable and runnable on Diablo, but packages aren't ready yet. I'm afraid that I wouldn't be able to deliver packages even for the next release, since I'm running out of time and probably won't have time to do sufficient testing on Maemo. Actually it's another guy that used to be maintaining qTwitter for Maemo but it seems that he's very busy at the moment. I could probably do something about it in the future, i.e. after my holiday. Please keep an eye on this page, I'll surely update it once I have something Maemo-related. - Jul 05 2009
Well, afaik, LGPL is only the application's license. Debs are created under GPL, and rpms as well, I guess - they can't put any license restrictions on packages. Even if it was LGPL, everything would seem ok with repackaging. Anyway, I was packaging it, so go on with Alien as it's no problem for me :P after all, it's more or less like converting tar.gz to zip :) - Jun 11 2009
Hey,

both ideas are just great! And I'm actually working on adding support for other social and workgroup services (identi.ca, presentlyapp, yammer..). This is taking a bit long now, because I needed to reorganize the code. Anyway, this stage is already done and I'm on my way to create handlers for more services.

Support for multiple accounts will also be added in the next release.

Thanks!
Dominik - Mar 27 2009
Sorry, but github seems to have weaker moments for some time now. I've updated the links to point to my server. Go and check it out :) - Mar 24 2009
Please take a look at this:
http://tr.im/hoPN
and this:
http://tr.im/hoPw
I hope that you're compiling from source and you will be able to provide me with feedback on it soon :) - Mar 15 2009
Hi!

What distro and DE/WM are you using? The browser setting should support at least Gnome/KDE and Opera/Firefox/Konqueror. I didn't check it with Iceweasel, but I guess it should behave the same way as Firefox. I'm talking about context menu links only (the user's homepage and Twitter page, and main Twitter and TwitPic pages). Other links, such as those displayed in statuses shall be handled automatically by Qt, and the browser setting has no influence on it. In this case, you should have set the default browser for your DE/WM for Qt to open those links.

Complicated, but I hope I made myself at least a bit clear :)

If you still receive the error, don't hesitate to post a bug report to http://ayoy.lighthouseapp.com/projects/27230-qtwitter/tickets?q=all .

Thanks for your feedback! - Mar 14 2009
Thanks to you for the Arch pkgbuild! - Mar 13 2009