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Software originally created by Justin Lloyd @ http://otakunozoku.com/
A C# wrapper class around the new Wordpress 3.4 XMLRPC API.
This is a very early version of the wrapper library and has only a single
function available to it at this time.
** This is a very, very early version and not yet ready prime-time. **
1. .NET 4.0 - but will probably work fine on 2.0 as well if you want to try
2. Automapper - install via Nuget with "install-package automapper"
3. XMLRPC.NET - install via Nuget with "install-package xmlrpcnet"
* Using Wordpress XMLRPC Wrapper
1. Open up the Visual Studio 2010 solution.
2. Use Nuget to install Automapper and XMLRPC.NET.
3. Edit the three constants for Blog XMLRPC url, user name and password in
program.cs of the WordpressDemoHarness project.
4. Compile and run the WordpressDemoHarness project. It should log in and list
all of the blogs available in your Wordpress install.
Absolutely none provided.
Software originally created by Justin Lloyd, October 2012
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