March 1st, 2003

i kill bitches

qtJournal

I'm designing yet another lj client.

Unique features will include: OS independance/Multiple Styles/Multi-Language Support.
Coding will be in C++ using the Qt toolkit and will be entirely GPL.

The main goal of this client will be to not have to re-invent the wheel. I'm just curious what everyone feels is the best C++ implementation of the LJ protocol which has a license in which I can re-use and distribute the code under the GPL. XML-RPC is preferred because... well, let's face it, it's just cooler and for me I'm more used to handling data in some sort of XML format.
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I'm having a real problem with unbackdating journal entries.

If I post an entry as backdated, and then try and unbackdate it, it stays backdated.

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Can anyone shed any light on this?

Update: I may have solved this, as I think I was using the wrong Content-type declaration. But I'm a bit confused as to why that would have stopped editevent from working, when it didn't affect postevent. :-\
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