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New here ^^ (also in this (un)limited edition: look! It's... pyJournal?) [Dec. 9th, 2001|12:06 am]
LiveJournal Client Discussions

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[freso]
Hi all you LJ Client-developers *waves* ^^

Just joined a few mins ago, while I was browsing through the LJ site... been a while since I was last here... I were never really active in any communities, and not at all any lj_* ones, but... maybe (hopefully?) that'll change now (or soon at least :P). :)

Anyway... I've been wondering for quite a while if anyone had made an LJ client in Python, or is working on one... ? If so, would it be possible to have a look? And if not, I think I might take on the challenge to develop one... the pyJournal... uhh... ^^

So, yeah... I think that was about that... *wanders off to try and finish a PHP script for his site-to-be...*
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[User Picture]From: freso
2001-12-08 03:08 pm (UTC)

*feels stupid*

Uhm... sorry... just as I pressed post, I noticed the post about Charm... hm... hope you all can forgive me... *tries to look really innocent*
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From: evan
2001-12-08 06:08 pm (UTC)
See also
http://neugierig.org/software/livejournal/python

Though there isn't much documentation.
The subdirectory "LiveJournal" is a Python LiveJournal module.

Use is like this:
req = LiveJournal.Request.Login()
req.setuserpass(username, password)
print "Logging in...",
req.run()
print "done."
req.prettyprint()
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[User Picture]From: freso
2001-12-09 02:50 am (UTC)
Oooh... Thanks! Going to take a look at it right away! ^^
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