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Upgrade TwitterAPI to 2.5.7 #19382

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fabaff commented Dec 17, 2018



Also, updates the Direct message feature

Example entry for configuration.yaml (if applicable):

  - platform: twitter
    name: twitter
    consumer_key: !secret twitter_consumer_key
    consumer_secret: !secret twitter_consumer_secret
    access_token: !secret twitter_access_token
    access_token_secret: !secret twitter_token_secret

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  "message": "The sun is {% if is_state('sun.sun', 'above_horizon') %}up{% else %}down{% endif %}! A  TwitterAPI update for @home_assistant."

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'media_ids': media_id})
user_resp = self.api.request(
'users/lookup', {'screen_name': self.user})
user_id = user_resp.json()[0]['id']

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MartinHjelmare Dec 17, 2018


Is this safe even if the response is not 200?

dshokouhi added a commit to dshokouhi/home-assistant that referenced this pull request Dec 25, 2018

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0.85.0 #19897

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