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Id: 43067
Status: resolved
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Queue: Net-Twitter

Owner: Nobody in particular
Requestors: david [...]

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Subject: update() sends the hash key as tweet
Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2009 15:13:15 -0800
To: bug-Net-Twitter [...]
From: David Moreno <david [...]>
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With a valid username/password, trying to update status: $t->update(status => "Reporting bug to @net_twitter!"); idoes update into the Twitter account but it inserts "status" as tweet. If you retry running a very simple script, it will not appear on Twitter, since it seems that even though they return a valid response for the tweet, a duplicated/identical sequential tweet don't appear. So, replicating this bug will only happen once, but it can also be tested with this: $t->update(status => "Hi!"); $t->update(status2 => "Hello!"); $t->update(status3 => "Hola!"); $t->update(status4 => "Oi!"); $t->update(status5 => "Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto!"); That would insert five different tweets with "status", "status2", etc, that is, the hash keys. David Moreno
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This is a documentation bug. The argument needs to be an actual hash, rather than the string shown in the documentation. This works: $t->update({status =>"Hi!"}); This, as you have seen, fails: $t->update(status =>"Hi!"); The fix should probably be to the documentation to make the calling convention clear.
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2.07 will have a documentation fix for this. I need to get 2.07 out to add the missing API methods. I will look to detect and fix this in 2.08.

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