Support » Plugin: WPGPlus » Follow development on github

  • Plugin Author John Eckman

    (@johneckman)


    If you are interested in following development, or even contributing, I’m actually using github: https://github.com/jeckman/wpgplus – grab the active version of the code and jump in, using a test google+ account.

    I’ve almost got a 0.86 ready which posts to Google+ (at least in the US). It logs in successfully and finds the form, but whenever I do a wp_remote_post, Google+ calls it a 404 error.

    I’ve captured Live HTTP Headers from successful posts and I’m emulating that, passing on all the hidden fields, setting referer, etc – can’t figure out what Google Plus is doing to sense that the post is not real.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/wpgplus/

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  • Plugin Author John Eckman

    (@johneckman)

    Hmm. First I was getting a 404 error, then I added the content-encoding header and got a 411 status code saying that Content-length was required.

    Added content-length header now I’m getting 404 again. Bah!

    Plugin Author John Eckman

    (@johneckman)

    FWIW if you’re following along at home, the code currently in github does now work, at least for plus.google.com users (US).

    Will be working later this week to package it up.

    The good news is this might be a path to getting images working too, since the https://plus.google.com/app/basic/share/ version does actually allow for images which the older mobile version did not.

    I’ll need to do more reverse engineering on that before it is ready though.

    Non-US users will have to wait longer and might need to wait for me to get some sample accounts in other domains.

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