Need crash course in Dropbox library

Mike Kerner MikeKerner at roadrunner.com
Fri Feb 15 09:41:46 EST 2019


Then I would suggest
Grab Gerard's LC dropbox v2 goodies that are at
https://github.com/macMikey/dropboxapi_v2
The LC dropbox library was "inspired by" Gerard's library.  The command
names are different, but I'm pretty sure it's one-to-one and I'm pretty
sure the syntax is identical.  Where it isn't (or where a return value
didn't correlate) I'm pretty sure I submitted PR's to LC's library to fix
theirs, and I'm pretty sure all the PR's have been integrated.
One thing that is different/better with LC's library is that LC's library
adds optional support for asynchronous calls if you have one of the
not-free LC versions.
Gerard's library also has a tester built in, which is helpful for debugging
purposes.  When you have the syntax right, switch the calls to the LC
library.
If you still need help check back here and we'll see what else you might
need.

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> was planning on using the LC Dropbox library
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