lp:~sil/desktopcouch/oauth-parameters-inserted

Created by Stuart Langridge on 2009-09-14 and last modified on 2009-09-14
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49. By Stuart Langridge on 2009-09-14

Make sure querystring parameters are passed to oauth.OAuthRequest

48. By Chad Miller on 2009-09-14

Revert the ill-advised versioning of views.

47. By Chad Miller on 2009-09-13

Change from encrypted to unencrypted, oauth signature method, and that makes
almost all tests pass again. There's some difference between the couchdb and
the Python HMAC_SHA1 signature methods. (Those folks need a reference
implementation!)

46. By Chad Miller on 2009-09-12

After a HTTP-301 redirection, the HTTP module re-uses all the headers to access
the place where we're told the resource really is.

Unfortunately, between when we handed off the headers last time and how, the
system has decided that it knows a better way to store headers, and it's
lowercased it via httplib2._normalize_headers .

Now, we play along with its silly scheme and run our oauth dict through it also
before merging it to the headers dict.

45. By Chad Miller on 2009-09-12

merge in trunk

44. By Stuart Langridge on 2009-09-11

remove print statements

43. By Stuart Langridge on 2009-09-10

make bug reproduceable

42. By Stuart Langridge on 2009-09-10

turn on compulsory oauth when creating ini file; test that tmp/ XDG folder actually worked

41. By Stuart Langridge on 2009-09-10

Merge from trunk

40. By Stuart Langridge on 2009-08-21

loads of print statements to help with bafflement

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