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  1. Search API has a different timestamp format that the REST API!

    semifor committed Sep 21, 2009
    Refactored to accommodate a per-API timestamp format.  This fixes object
    inflation and synthetic 'since' parameter handling for the Search API.
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  1. Fixed minor typo in a comment

    semifor committed Aug 26, 2009
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  1. CPAN release 3.05001

    semifor committed Aug 21, 2009
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  1. CPAN release 3.05000

    semifor committed Aug 14, 2009
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  1. Silence Net::OAuth's double encoding warning.

    semifor committed Jul 28, 2009
    The warning is overly aggressive.  It warns on decoded latin1 with bytes in
    the 128-255 range.
    Also, changed the attributition diagnosing the OAuth signature problem. Peter
    Bray reported it via email; he later requested an attribution changes as Galen
    Huntington actually did the diagnosing.
  2. Fixed OAuth/unicode conflict

    semifor committed Jul 28, 2009
    Net::OAuth expects decoded characters.  Moved encode from API to Core and
    OAuth. Thanks to miyagawa for help with both unicode and OAuth.
  3. Bug fix: invalid OAuth signatures on POST requests

    semifor committed Jul 28, 2009
    Twitter introduced an API change to correct a bug.  They were not checking for
    valid signatures, apparently. POST requests were not generated valid requests.
    Thanks to Peter Bray for tracking down the exact problem in
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  1. CPAN release 3.04003

    semifor committed Jul 23, 2009
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  1. UTF-8 support for all JSON handlers

    semifor committed Jul 17, 2009
    JSON::XS has utf-8 support by default. So, it seemed to be working, but wasn't
    working, apparently, for users with other backend JSON handlers.  Setting the
    JSON::Any utf8 option *should* resolve the problem.
Commits on Jul 13, 2009
  1. For robustness, conditionally set ( is => bare ).

    semifor committed Jul 13, 2009
    Bumping the Moose dep should have been sufficient.  But I got a bug report via
    IRC. Looks like someone probably force installed Net::Twitter without
    upgrading Moose as required.  This should make Net::Twitter more robust and
    run even in spite of that.
  2. Added a simple load test

    semifor committed Jul 13, 2009
    Not really necessary, here, but I added one to Net::Twitter::Lite to avoid
    UKNOWN status reports from cpantesters. Might as well have a load test, here,
Commits on Jul 8, 2009
  1. Use Moose::Meta::Class instead of Class::MOP::Class

    semifor committed Jul 8, 2009
    I thought I was using Class::MOP for a reason, but I added tests and Moose
    passes, too.  So, on perigrins advice ("it'll be more forward compatible"),
    I'm using Moose.
Commits on Jul 7, 2009
  1. CPAN Release 3.04000

    semifor committed Jul 7, 2009
  2. Inflate Twitter HASH returns to objects (role InflateObjects)

    semifor committed Jun 26, 2009
    Added an optional role to inflate Twitter's HASH ref returns to objects.
    Inflates URLs to URIs, dates to DateTime objects, and add a
    relative_created_by method whenever the HASH has a created_by element.
  3. Removed JSON workaround for booleans

    semifor committed Jul 7, 2009
    JSON::Any 1.21 handles this, now.
  4. Fixed a typo in Makefile.PL: s/require/requires/

    semifor committed Jul 7, 2009
    This resulted in a failure that had cpantesters reporting lots af "unknown"
    results.  It shouldn't cause much of a problem outside of cpantesters since
    the JSON::Any requirment *should* pull in a valid JSON handler.
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  1. CPAN release 3.03002

    semifor committed Jul 4, 2009
Commits on Jul 3, 2009
  1. Use a better nonce algorithm to avoid duplicates in forked procs

    semifor committed Jul 3, 2009
    Forked processes can end up with the same rand seed.  This technique should
    avoid any possibility of a collision.