I'm using QOAuth1 with a web service (Twitter) that requires URLs to be percent encoded. If I use any special characters in the query, the server rejects the request due to an invalid signature.
QOAuth1::get() doesn't automatically percent encode the URL, so you'd need to encode the query before passing it to QOauth1::get(). But QOAuth1Signature percent encodes all query parameters in the URL, even if they were already percent encoded. So if I want to include "@value" in the query, I would pass it as "%40value" to QOAuth1. Then QOAuth1Signature encodes it to "%2540value" and generates a wrong signature.
|For Gerrit Dashboard: QTBUG-61125|
|197805,16||Fix signature-generation for already-percent-encoded queries||5.9||qt/qtnetworkauth||Status: MERGED||+2||0|
|198369,1||Fix signature-generation for already-percent-encoded queries||dev||qt/qtnetworkauth||Status: ABANDONED||0||0|