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Topic: NeoCat Twitter Library. Tweet fails with code 500 (Read 2 times) previous topic - next topic

drewc

Looks like the NeoCat web app is more stable now. I believe the author added some additional limiting code that should help keep the tweet hogs at bay.
BTW, I grabbed the arduino-tweet code from Github and attempted to stand up my own instance on Google AppEngine. Unfortunately, I am missing some critical clue (not a Python expert by any stretch) as I am getting "token not set" errors which seem to indicate that I am not successfully passing the Twitter Access token from Arduino to Google AppEngine, or I am overlooking some permission(s) I need to run the app on that platform. Will keep trying as it would be a good thing to know how to set up and operate such a service.

Drew

drewc

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Jul 20, 2012, 08:34 pm Last Edit: Jul 21, 2012, 03:46 am by drewc Reason: 1
Success! I was able to successfully stand up an instance ( http://arduino-tweet1.appspot.com/of NeoCat's terrific Twitter proxy on Google AppEngine. If anyone is interested in setting up their own I can help with the process (and help you not repeat the many mistakes I made ;). BTW, the code, available here https://github.com/NeoCat/ArduinoTweetLib-server , is distributed under GPLv2 (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-faq.html which means you can take, modify and use it according to the normal attribution provisions (and thanks to NeoCat!).

Drew

GizmoJoe

Great job getting a clone of the arduino-tweet web app working! Would you mind detailing the process?

ScottG


Success! I was able to successfully stand up an instance ( http://arduino-tweet1.appspot.com/of NeoCat's terrific Twitter proxy on Google AppEngine. If anyone is interested in setting up their own I can help with the process (and help you not repeat the many mistakes I made ;). BTW, the code, available here https://github.com/NeoCat/ArduinoTweetLib-server , is distributed under GPLv2 (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-faq.html which means you can take, modify and use it according to the normal attribution provisions (and thanks to NeoCat!).

Drew


I'm interested in cloning  arduino-tweet.appspot.com.  What tips do you have?

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