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leah.culver
Python: changes to setup.py for version.
leah.culver
Python: changes to setup.py for version, description, and license.
leah.culver
Python: easy_install thinks 1.0a is a pre-release of 1.0. Changing the version number to attempt to trick it.
leah.culver
Python: updated version in setup.py and pushed to pypi
leah.culver
Python - to support 1.0, do not throw errors for missing 1.0a parameters. Thanks to Toby White for the patch and Mike Malone for confirming.
jmkristian
Release 20090913: upgraded to Apache HTTP Client version 4.0 (not beta)
jmkristian
use OAuth namespace for getParameterMap
jmkristian
use OAuth namespace for percentEncode
jmkristian
Facilitate getting the correct time from a server. Thanks to David King for inventing this idea.
rgareus
Merge branch 'master' into googlesvn
jmkristian
Tolerate non-percent-encoded data in an error response body.
jmkristian
Tolerate non-percent-encoded data in an error response body.
jmkristian
Release 20090823: Check whether a nonce is used repeatedly.
jmkristian
Release 20090531 (no change)
jmkristian
Release 20090531 (no change)
jmkristian
Release 20090823: Check whether a nonce is used repeatedly.
jmkristian
Release 20090823: Work around a bug in the HTTP implementation in Google App Engine.
jmkristian
Release 20090823:
jmkristian
Work around a bug in the HTTP implementation in Google App Engine.
jmkristian
Work around a bug in the HTTP implementation in Google App Engine.
jmkristian
Provide the optimal time to call releaseGarbage.
jmkristian
commentary and javadoc
jmkristian
deprecated OAuthMessage.validateMessage
jmkristian
commentary
jmkristian
commentary
jmkristian
Differentiate between null and "~".
jmkristian
Differentiate between an absent parameter and a zero-length parameter.
jmkristian
Split the validateTimestampAndNonce method into two, which can be overridden separately.
jmkristian
Keep the TimestampAndNonce class private, until I'm confident it's well designed.
jmkristian
commentary
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