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oauth1-request

Yet yet yet another OAuth 1 client library

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oauth1-request

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Yet yet yet another OAuth 1 client library for Rust.

Usage

Add this to your Cargo.toml:

[dependencies]
oauth1-request = "0.2"

and this to your crate root:

extern crate oauth1_request;

Pros

  • Customizable crypto implementations (no dependency onring by default).
  • Slightly lower memory footprint (maybe): it avoids allocating memory for sorting query pairs unlike other crates.

Cons

  • Only dogfed on Twitter and likely to break on other sites.

lib.rs:

Yet yet yet another OAuth 1 client library.

Usage

Using #[derive] (recommended)

Add this to your Cargo.toml:

oauth1-request-derive = "0.2"

Creating a GET request:

extern crate oauth1_request as oauth;
#[macro_use]
extern crate oauth1_request_derive;

#[derive(OAuth1Authorize)]
struct SearchComments<'a> {
    article_id: u64,
    text: &'a str,
}

# fn main() {
let client = oauth::Credentials::new("consumer_key", "consumer_secret");
let token = oauth::Credentials::new("token", "token_secret");

let mut builder = oauth::Builder::new(client, oauth::HmacSha1);
builder
    .token(token)
    .nonce("nonce")
    .timestamp(9999999999);

let req = SearchComments {
    article_id: 123456789,
    text: "Rust",
};

let oauth::Request {
    authorization,
    data,
} = builder.get("https://example.com/api/v1/comments/search.json", &req);

assert_eq!(
    authorization,
    "OAuth \
         oauth_consumer_key=\"consumer_key\",\
         oauth_nonce=\"nonce\",\
         oauth_signature_method=\"HMAC-SHA1\",\
         oauth_timestamp=\"9999999999\",\
         oauth_token=\"token\",\
         oauth_signature=\"kAkbCLL7obDyzdjz3uJoWSwiLqU%3D\"",
);
assert_eq!(
    data,
    "https://example.com/api/v1/comments/search.json?article_id=123456789&text=Rust",
);
# }

Creating an x-www-form-urlencoded request:

# extern crate oauth1_request as oauth;
# #[macro_use] extern crate oauth1_request_derive;
# use oauth::OAuth1Authorize;
#[derive(OAuth1Authorize)]
struct CreateComment<'a> {
    article_id: u64,
    text: &'a str,
}

# fn main() {
# let client = oauth::Credentials::new("consumer_key", "consumer_secret");
# let token = oauth::Credentials::new("token", "token_secret");
# let mut builder = oauth::Builder::new(client, oauth::HmacSha1);
# builder
#     .token(token)
#     .nonce("nonce")
#     .timestamp(9999999999);
let req = CreateComment {
    article_id: 123456789,
    text: "Rust lang is great 🦀",
};

// Use `post_form` method to create an `x-www-form-urlencoded` request.
let oauth::Request {
    authorization,
    data,
} = builder.post_form("https://example.com/api/v1/comments/create.json", &req);

assert_eq!(
    authorization,
    "OAuth \
         oauth_consumer_key=\"consumer_key\",\
         oauth_nonce=\"nonce\",\
         oauth_signature_method=\"HMAC-SHA1\",\
         oauth_timestamp=\"9999999999\",\
         oauth_token=\"token\",\
         oauth_signature=\"bbhEIrjfisdDBrZkKnEXKa4ykE4%3D\"",
);
assert_eq!(
    data,
    "article_id=123456789&text=Rust%20lang%20is%20great%20%F0%9F%A6%80",
);
# }

See OAuth1Authorize for more details on the custom derive macro.

Using Signer

See Signer.

Dependencies

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