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This project was concieved of with the help of the full software team at Litl.
Special thanks to Kenneth Reitz for the amazing [Requests]( library. It made
-this project sane.
+this project sane.
+Also kudos to Miguel Araujo for utilizing the pre-request hook of Requests in his OAuth 1.0/a library
+[requests-oauth]( which is used as a model herein for parts of the
+OAuth 1.0/a hook; thanks Miguel!
##Litl Dev Team
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Add yourself as a contributor!
-* (your name here)
+* (your name here)
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Copyright (c) 2012 litl, LLC
-Copyright (c) 2012 webauth authors
+Copyright (c) 2012 rauth authors
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
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## Example Usage
Using the package is quite simple. Ensure that Python Requests is installed.
-Import the relavent module and start utilizing OAuth endpoints!
+Import the relevant module and start utilizing OAuth endpoints!
Let's get a user's Twitter timeline. Start by creating a service container
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## Documentation
-The Sphinx-compiled documentation is available here: (not yet!)
+The Sphinx-compiled documentation is available here: [](
## Copyright and License
Rauth is Copyright (c) 2012 litl, LLC and licensed under the MIT license.
-See the LICENSE file for full details.
+See the LICENSE file for full details.
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-from webauth.service import OAuth1Service
+from rauth.service import OAuth1Service
# Get a real consumer key & secret from
twitter = OAuth1Service(
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handle = tweet['user']['screen_name'].encode('utf-8')
text = tweet['text'].encode('utf-8')
print '{0}. @{1} - {2}'.format(i, handle, text)

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