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2011-09-22 04:55 pm (UTC)
Re crossposting to Twitter: what
said. Use DW::External::Account to store the connection/authentication information, then extend DW::External::XPostProtocol to do the actual implementation. Especially look at overriding XPostProtocol->options() to add in additional, protocol-specific fields (LJXMLRPC does this; look at it for an example).
I have a not-quite-working version of the Atom crossposter that I could upload if you want to see an example of adding a new protocol. That I remember, most of the configuration stuff works; it's just the crosspost itself that doesn't.
I can also give you a walkthrough of how I've done crossposting development in the past (what workers to start, etc.) if you'd like.
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