Adding support for posting a status with media #169

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rinogo commented Mar 1, 2013

@RWAP added support for posting a status with attached media. However, his changes were based off of the 1.0 API. This pull request combines @RWAP's changes with @aaronwaldon's proposed 1.1 API pull request.

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@aaronwaldon aaronwaldon Updated for use with Twitter API version 1.1
The search endpoint is no longer a separate URI (https://dev.twitter.com/docs/api/1.1). Everything else seems to work as expected, as long as the user authenticates. I have tested this with almost all GET endpoints, but not for any POST endpoints.
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@aaronwaldon aaronwaldon Simplified API Version 1.1 Support c3e3357
@aaronwaldon aaronwaldon Updated EpiTwitter for API v1.0 compatibility.
This change allows version 1.1 to work, while still allowing the default (version 1.0) to work as expected.
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@aaronwaldon aaronwaldon Forgot to add the getApiURL method change...
Will use the search version 1 API URI if applicable, but will use the normal API URI otherwise.
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@rinogo rinogo Adding changes from RWAP's fork (up to and including commit 5c1775d) …
…to add support for media uploads.
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@rinogo rinogo Updating getApiUrl() to point to the correct media url (api.twitter.c…
…om) for version 1.1 (while still pointing at upload.twitter.com for version 1.0).
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In Twitter API 1.1 they recommend to use url api.twitter.com for media upload https://dev.twitter.com/docs/api/1.1/post/statuses/update_with_media

also after I switch the code to support 1.1 I get this error every time I try to upload media

{"errors":[{"message":"Status creation failed: The text of your tweet is too long.","code":190}]}

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$twitterObj->post('/statuses/update_with_media.json', array('@media[]' =>"@{$media};type=".$extension_mime_type[$extension].";filename={".$pathinfo['basename']."}", 'status' => $tweet));

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I found the issues, just need to change EpiOAuth.php

https://github.com/jmathai/twitter-async/pull/148/files

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jmathai commented May 2, 2013

A simple merge of this caused some of the unit tests to fail. I assume it's got to do with the URL changes for 1.1.

I'll have a look later but if you want pull from upstream master and you should be able to reproduce.

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