An iPhone ready, Objective-C implementation of an OAuth consumer.
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OAuthConsumer.xcodeproj
.gitignore
OACall.h
OACall.m
OAConsumer.h
OAConsumer.m
OADataFetcher.h
OADataFetcher.m
OAHMAC_SHA1SignatureProvider.h
OAHMAC_SHA1SignatureProvider.m
OAMutableURLRequest.h
OAMutableURLRequest.m
OAPlaintextSignatureProvider.h
OAPlaintextSignatureProvider.m
OAProblem.h
OAProblem.m
OARequestParameter.h
OARequestParameter.m
OAServiceTicket.h
OAServiceTicket.m
OASignatureProviding.h
OATestServer.rb
OAToken.h
OAToken.m
OATokenManager.h
OATokenManager.m
OAuthConsumer.h
OAuthConsumer_Prefix.pch
README

README

This is an iPhone ready version of:
http://oauth.googlecode.com/svn/code/obj-c/OAuthConsumer/

"iPhone ready" simply means you just need to add the files to Xcode, and import "OAuthConsumer.h".

If you're rolling with the iPhone:

1) Be sure to add Security.framework.
2) Include libxml2.dylib in your frameworks.  You also need to add a
build property to the project -- "header search paths" needs to 
include "$SDKROOT/usr/include/libxml2" with "Recursive" checked.

Questions?  E-mail me.  jonathan at my initials (jdg) dot net.