Version: git (testing)
NOTE: As Piepmatz written in Qt, then it could be (theoretically) compiled for Linux too.
Yes, there is the reason: I want test and choose one of them.
Timm Bäder wrote: https://corebird.baedert.org/
Corebird will stop working properly mid-August 2018. For more information, see this blog post.
So the packager has to go through this rigamarole to build it?To build and run Piepmatz or an application which is based on Piepmatz, you need to create the file harbour-piepmatz/src/o2/o1twitterglobals.h (you can copy the sample from harbour-piepmatz/src/o2/o1twitterglobals.h.sample) and enter the required constants in the following format:
const char TWITTER_CLIENT_ID = "abcdef";
const char TWITTER_CLIENT_SECRET = "ghijkl";
const char TWITTER_STORE_DEFAULT_ENCRYPTION_KEY = "mnopqr";
#endif // O1TWITTERGLOBALS_H
You get the Twitter client ID and client secret as soon as you've registered your own application on dev.twitter.com. The default encryption key is only used in case Piepmatz is unable to determine a unique encryption key from the user's device. Under normal circumstances, Piepmatz uses an encryption key which was generated automatically. This key is used to encrypt the user's generated Twitter oAuth token (not the username/password!) on the user's device. Please use a password generator to generate the default key for your application.
1) It not in development anymore, so no bugfixes & feature request would be implemented.
Timm Bäder wrote:Corebird's Future
tl;dr: There is no future
You mean the last change was 5 months ago?! There are a lot of smaller apps like that, including Xfce components.At this moment in MX Repo is only Corebird, but it not in development since Aug 2018!
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