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reply "Andrea Fontana" <nospam example.com> writes:
Does it exist?
Jun 14 2012
parent "Adam D. Ruppe" <destructionator gmail.com> writes:
On Thu, Jun 14, 2012 at 12:04:10PM +0200, Andrea Fontana wrote:
 Does it exist?

I have a kind of one: http://arsdnet.net/dcode/oauth.d (it isn't on my github because I still haven't cleaned it up much) The main function you want is fbGraph() which does a request via curl and returns it as a Variant[string]. Variant[string] fbGraph(string[] info, string id, bool useCache = false, long maxCacheHours = 2) { The info takes [null, access_token] (the first argument is obsolete, but so much of my code passes an array that I didn't want to change it). The second argument is the Facebook ID or the connection you want. For example "adam.d.ruppe" or "adam.d.ruppe/friends". Then the cache function will save to a local file in /tmp (this thing assumes linux) and pull from it for up to maxCacheHours instead of asking the network. The getBasicDataFromVariant function is a convenience once to pull just very basic info out of some requests, for example, /friends, which returns { "data" : [] } format. I don't do a lot of posting, but postToFacebookWall does a wall message. It needs your token to have publish_stream. Getting permission is not in that file. I have functions for it, but they are in one of my proprietary files so I have to make sure it is all sanitized before I pull it out (which isn't easy since they save it to the app's database too). The basic ideas though is to just redirect them here: return (stripWhitespace( "http://www.facebook.com/dialog/oauth/? scope="~scopeWanted~"& client_id="~appId~"& redirect_uri="~std.uri.encodeComponent(action) ~"& response_type=code" )); Learn more here: http://developers.facebook.com/docs/reference/dialogs/oauth/
Jun 14 2012