So, you must start with your AppDelegate calling this:
in order to later initiate the auth flow and retrieve an AccessToken, etc.
The SDK will remember your auth info next time and provide an `authorizedClient` – all good.
Now, I want to use a custom `DropboxTransportClient` and the only point at which you can inject a certain / custom `DropboxTransportClient` is in:
DropboxClientsManager.setupWithAppKey(DropboxUtil.key, transportClient: transportClient)
However, once you've called setupWithAppKey once, you cannot call it again:
precondition failed: Only call `DropboxClientsManager.setupWithAppKey` or `DropboxClientsManager.setupWithTeamAppKey` once: file Swift/Pods/SwiftyDropbox/Source/SwiftyDropbox/PlatformNeutral/DropboxClientsManager.swift, line 22
How can we use the nice programatic auth flow and also inject our own `DropboxTransportClient` ?
I wish to limit the number of simeltaneous uploads, and I think that is possible if I can control the Transport Client.
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Hey Greg, thanks. Let me clarify the problem. I wish to inject a custom DropboxTransportClient. Creating a DropboxTransportClient requires an AccessToken (first constructor argument). I cannot have the user fetch his/her own access token until I've already called setupWithAppKey once, after which I cannot call setupWithAppKey again. The only injection point for a `TransportClient` is calling the overloaded version of `setupWithAppKey`, which can only be called once. – I'm sure I'm misunderstanding something.
That seems to work just fine indeed, thank you. Wasn't clear at first since there is no empty initializer.
I do have related questions but I will put them off for a time when I can give you the great examples you deserve!!! Thanks for the excellent support. 🙂
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