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Mobile bbPress (using XML-RPC api)

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  • master5o1
    Member

    @master5o1

    mmm. I hope.


    master5o1
    Member

    @master5o1

    mmm. I hope.


    ortixia
    Participant

    @ortixia

    sorry cross post here…

    this on my server:

    bbpress/xmlrpc.php

    is your patched version…

    I have the original bbpress version on my computer.

    and the settings are checked.

    the plugin is activated..


    ortixia
    Participant

    @ortixia

    sorry cross post here…

    this on my server:

    bbpress/xmlrpc.php

    is your patched version…

    I have the original bbpress version on my computer.

    and the settings are checked.

    the plugin is activated..


    master5o1
    Member

    @master5o1

    Cool. So in mobile-bbpress/index.php can you:

    function page_title()

    {

    return “whatido”; // insert this line please


    master5o1
    Member

    @master5o1

    Cool. So in mobile-bbpress/index.php can you:

    function page_title()

    {

    return “whatido”; // insert this line please


    ortixia
    Participant

    @ortixia

    what was the patch.diff file that was included in the patch folder, does this matter?


    ortixia
    Participant

    @ortixia

    what was the patch.diff file that was included in the patch folder, does this matter?


    master5o1
    Member

    @master5o1

    The difference between xmlrpc.patched.php and bbPress 1.0.2′s xmlrpc.php.


    master5o1
    Member

    @master5o1

    The difference between xmlrpc.patched.php and bbPress 1.0.2′s xmlrpc.php.


    ortixia
    Participant

    @ortixia

    sorry.. do i stick a php tag around that?


    ortixia
    Participant

    @ortixia

    sorry.. do i stick a php tag around that?


    master5o1
    Member

    @master5o1

    Er… if it’s already in php code then no.

    It should already be in php space because the function declaration is in php space:

    function page_title()


    master5o1
    Member

    @master5o1

    Er… if it’s already in php code then no.

    It should already be in php space because the function declaration is in php space:

    function page_title()


    ortixia
    Participant

    @ortixia

    is this the view you are looking for…


    ortixia
    Participant

    @ortixia

    is this the view you are looking for…


    master5o1
    Member

    @master5o1

    Hmm… remove the return statement. I’m just going to work on something on for a little while.


    master5o1
    Member

    @master5o1

    Hmm… remove the return statement. I’m just going to work on something on for a little while.


    ortixia
    Participant

    @ortixia

    you should have access to my email through your support forum should you need anything..

    … and thank you for taking this time..


    ortixia
    Participant

    @ortixia

    you should have access to my email through your support forum should you need anything..

    … and thank you for taking this time..


    John James Jacoby
    Keymaster

    @johnjamesjacoby

    If the xmlrpc file that comes with bbPress isn’t sufficient or needs a patch, could you submit your changes to our trac as an svn diff?

    http://trac.bbpress.org

    If you want more eyes on this, having it not require a core file edit will help.


    John James Jacoby
    Keymaster

    @johnjamesjacoby

    If the xmlrpc file that comes with bbPress isn’t sufficient or needs a patch, could you submit your changes to our trac as an svn diff?

    http://trac.bbpress.org

    If you want more eyes on this, having it not require a core file edit will help.


    master5o1
    Member

    @master5o1

    It’s not insufficient for general use. My patch only allows a post to be given info about the xmlrpc client.

    Basically it adds a get request to be given that allows for client namr and uri to he added as two meta keys.

    This allows for a Facebook/Twitter like ‘via Client’ to be listed on each post made through the xmlrpc api.

    Although, I did add some stripslashes() to some of the variables.


    master5o1
    Member

    @master5o1

    It’s not insufficient for general use. My patch only allows a post to be given info about the xmlrpc client.

    Basically it adds a get request to be given that allows for client namr and uri to he added as two meta keys.

    This allows for a Facebook/Twitter like ‘via Client’ to be listed on each post made through the xmlrpc api.

    Although, I did add some stripslashes() to some of the variables.


    ortixia
    Participant

    @ortixia

    i understand it is early. your site was lovely. but on my iphone, i think i would need a stylus and a magnifying glass to work it. perhaps a more condensed styling.

    For example it appears on the surface to be a two column table, one with the topic and one with the username of the person starting the topic.

    perhaps if they were both in the same column. The topic larger, the username smaller below. i noticed in other iphone apps, like wiki, the page width is fixed rather than leading off to the side.

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