Tafkars: Reddit-API proxy for Lemmy (help wanted)

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  • tafkars

    Infinity would be great! There's a few TODOs littered around the code and a bit of discussion in the Github issues. Another thing that might be useful is to have a dump of actual Reddit API responses for as many endpoints as possible, to reference during development and with unit tests in tafkars ensuring that they can be deserialized (even though we don't really need to deserialize Reddit responses, just as a way to check API conformity). Oh, and there should probably a pub type CommentsResponse = (Listing, Listing) somewhere in tafkars.

  • libreddit

    Private front-end for Reddit, forked to connect to `localhost` instead of the Reddit API (by derivator)

    To test with an app, you need to modify it to connect to the proxy instead of Reddit, which I've done here for libreddit, just for testing. The RedReader dev has already expressed some interest in making the API url configurable for the end user.

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  • butterknife

    Bind Android views and callbacks to fields and methods.

    Oof, Infinity uses the long deprecated butterknife, and I'm unable to compile on my m1. Fave part of programming: getting things to run the first time.

  • Lemmy

    🐀 A link aggregator and forum for the fediverse

    I asked and the developers aren't interested. https://github.com/LemmyNet/lemmy/issues/3078

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