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Oauth dance not working in RStudio #15

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ramnathv opened this issue Jul 11, 2012 · 2 comments
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Oauth dance not working in RStudio #15

ramnathv opened this issue Jul 11, 2012 · 2 comments

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@ramnathv
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@ramnathv ramnathv commented Jul 11, 2012

I am not sure if this is an issue with httr or RStudio, but I was not able to complete the browser authentication if I run the github demo from within RStudio. I suspect it is because RStudio opens a different port by default. Here is part of a message which might help.

In server$start(port = 1410, quiet = TRUE) :
  RStudio has already started the web server on port 32387
@hadley hadley closed this in 5400c8f Jul 12, 2012
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@ramnathv ramnathv commented Feb 16, 2013

I see your point. But the trouble is that the port set by RStudio seems to be randomized, making it impossible to get the callback URL to work correctly. Actually, I know remember an issue I had posted long back that caused httr to use this approach when a port is already defined

5400c8f

I believe RStudio changed some things which is the reason for things not working. Any thoughts on what might be a possible approach to solve this issue?

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@jjallaire jjallaire commented Feb 28, 2013

FYI, in the next version of RStudio (v0.98) we are no longer using local sockets for interprocess communication. A side effect of this is that we allow the R httpd server to go on it's merry way without resetting the port, so this issue should go away.

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