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edsu / replies.py
Last active Sep 16, 2019
Try to get replies to a particular set of tweets, recursively.
View replies.py
#!/usr/bin/env python
"""
Twitter's API doesn't allow you to get replies to a particular tweet. Strange
but true. But you can use Twitter's Search API to search for tweets that are
directed at a particular user, and then search through the results to see if
any are replies to a given tweet. You probably are also interested in the
replies to any replies as well, so the process is recursive. The big caveat
here is that the search API only returns results for the last 7 days. So
@itskingori
itskingori / annotateit-ruby-jwt.md
Last active Dec 24, 2017
Example to show how to integrate a site with AnnotatorJS with AnnotateIt.org Store. Includes the Javascript part as well as some server side token generators : one in Ruby and the other in Python.
View annotateit-ruby-jwt.md

Replace the Auth options hash value having token: <TOKEN_FOR_TESTING_THAT_LASTS_FOR_A_DAY> with an actual token. This token can be generated by the server side scripts and copied in. It supercedes the tokenUrl: if set.

Just to be 100% sure, feel free to verify the validity of the JSON Web Token generated using jwt.io, JWT debugger. Oh, and the TTL is set to 86400 which is a day. Enough time to generate a token and play around with it.

Ps: If there are any amendments that I can make to improve clarity or fix issues, feel free to leave a comment below. I'll get a notification and act on it as soon as I can.

Ps 2: I was experiencing an issue with CORS and so I submitted the issue (and this code) to the annotator-dev mailing list. Check the July 2014 archives for an email with the subject ... '[annotator-dev] Integrating Site With AnnotateIt Store'.

@ccstone
ccstone / BBEdit-TextWrangler_RegEx_Cheat_Sheet.txt
Last active Sep 9, 2019
BBEdit-TextWrangler Regular Expression Cheat-Sheet
View BBEdit-TextWrangler_RegEx_Cheat_Sheet.txt
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BBEdit / BBEdit-Lite / TextWrangler Regular Expression Guide Modified: 2018/08/10 01:19
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NOTES:
The PCRE engine (Perl Compatible Regular Expressions) is what BBEdit and TextWrangler use.
Items I'm unsure of are marked '# PCRE?'. The list while fairly comprehensive is not complete.
@jeremyboggs
jeremyboggs / Custom Random Featured Items helper.php
Created Jan 26, 2011
A helper function for Omeka to retrieve any number of random featured items. Include this function in your Omeka theme's custom.php file, and use wherever you'd like to get some random featur
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