Make Request class Public to enable more control

Oct 1, 2009 at 7:50 PM

As soon as you give use the .pfx password I can change this myself for my uses... but you should probably do this for the rest of the world too... make the Request class public vs. internal. I already need to hack in because the basic Document class does not allow me to set the "my_user_id" property.

Making the Request class public would enable people to use it when they need to make the low level API calls that are not nicely wrapped yet in the other classes. It would also serve as a bit of future proofing as Scribd evolves their API (i.e. people could use the Request class, which looks nice btw, to access new API methods or supply additional metadata as needed).

 

 

Coordinator
Oct 2, 2009 at 3:09 AM

I understand what you're asking for here, but there's nothing in the request that's limiting calling new API methods.  It's pretty "generic".  Also, you can exclude the .pfx file from your downloaded project if you wish to compile it.