Hi Todd et. al.
I just checked your BlogMate 0.4 and the HTTP authentication thing works. Everything else seems to work, too. But there's a tiny glitch: When I open an already existing post, every new line gets doubled. So instead of:
some more text
some more text
But anyways: If someone could implement the HTTP authentification for the already existing Blogging Bundle, that would be really swell, since I like working with text more, than with a GUI. Thanks very much for your efforts though, Todd!
On 19.03.2007, at 18:09, Todd Ditchendorf wrote:
I will add support for this in BlogMate 0.4 or 0.5. I've added HTTP basic/digest auth support to cocoa apps before, so i can reuse code. you have to promise to try it out though ;-]
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On Mar 19, 2007, at 6:05 AM, Oliver Hagmann wrote:
Yes, I think you misunderstand. I'm not talking about the authentification for the blog-software (e.g. WordPress). I first have to get access to the specific address my blog lies at via a normal htpasswd/htaccess authentification. My whole blog lies behind this authentification because it's a non-public blog.
I tried using an endpoint URL like...
http:// myblogusername@myhtpasswdusername:email@example.com/x ml-rpc.php
...in my blog list, which didn't work either. I get the following message:
Received exception:getaddrinfo: No address associated with nodename No posts are available!
The second part of the above URL without the xml-rpc.php...
...works, when entering it into the address field of a normal browser, but it doesn't with the Blogging bundle. It might be the second "@"-sign screwing things up.
Thanks for trying to help, though. Oliver
On 19.03.2007, at 13:35, Henrik Nyh wrote:
Oliver Hagmann wrote:
Hello Has anybody found a solution to this "problem" yet? When trying to access my blog behind a htpasswd authentification, I still get: Received exception:Authorization failed. HTTP-Error: 401 Authorization Required No posts are available! Any help would be greatly appreciated! Best, Oliver.
Maybe I'm misunderstanding, but have you tried specifying an URL like http://username:firstname.lastname@example.org/foo?
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