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Two copies of single image from IG multi-image post #2267

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jeremycherfas opened this Issue Nov 14, 2018 · 5 comments

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commented Nov 14, 2018

While trying to do this:

Feed from Instagram multiimage to Known via OwnYourGram

I encountered this error:

Instead of two different images, Known shows two copies of the first image https://stream.jeremycherfas.net/2018/they-go-in-they-come-out20%25-maize-flour-sourdough

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The previous time I had a multi-image in IG, Known pulled in only the first image because I believe that was the correct previous behaviour.

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  • It'd also be really handy if you could tell us the contents of your version.known file
    version = "0.9.9-a"
    build = 2018111201

  • What database are you using? (e.g. mongo, mysql, postgres)

  • Any warnings or errors in your admin/diagnostics page?

  • Bonus points - are you able to illustrate the issue with a unit test? If so, submit it as a pull request!

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commented Nov 14, 2018

Is there a sample of the ping being sent? It's probably related to the multiple photo changes recently...

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commented Nov 17, 2018

I believe this is the same issue as #2227 because I am seeing two images now when only one was uploaded.

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commented Nov 25, 2018

Deleted previous comments becuase they were wrong and not helpful. I now have an example of the debug response to a POST from OwnYourGram:

debug - MicroPub endpoint pinged: Array
debug - (
debug -     [/micropub/endpoint] =>
debug - )
debug - 
warning - PHP [2] Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/jeremygrav/stream.jeremycherfas.net/IdnoPlugins/IndiePub/Pages/MicroPub/Endpoint.php:141) in /home/jeremygrav/stream.jeremycherfas.net/Idno/Core/Session.php:404
debug - MicroPub endpoint pinged: Array
debug - (
debug -     [/micropub/endpoint] =>
debug - )
debug - 
debug - JSON Payload: stdClass Object
debug - (
debug -     [type] => Array
debug -         (
debug -             [0] => h-entry
debug -         )
debug - 
debug -     [properties] => stdClass Object
debug -         (
debug -             [content] => Array
debug -                 (
debug -                     [0] => Forgot to post Thursday night\xe2\x80\x99s Thanksgiving feast. Stracotto di manzo with restrained sides.
debug -                 )
debug - 
debug -             [published] => Array
debug -                 (
debug -                     [0] => 2018-11-25T14:20:58+00:00
debug -                 )
debug - 
debug -             [syndication] => Array
debug -                 (
debug -                     [0] => https://www.instagram.com/p/Bqm0EtvH94Q/
debug -                 )
debug - 
debug -             [photo] => Array
debug -                 (
debug -                     [0] => https://stream.jeremycherfas.net/file/20b0694589982f7c8a41dcb28411dd71
debug -                 )
debug - 
debug -         )
debug - 
debug - )

Does that Warning make any sense? Could it be the problem?

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commented Dec 4, 2018

Odd that the fields are arrays though... hmm...

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commented Dec 5, 2018

I have not yet had time to install the latest master. I hope to do so in the next couple of days and test again.

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