I currently have v1 in my iOS apps. I can't even get started with V2. How do I get your Roulette sample to compile? I compiled the framework and included it in the Roulette "Include" sample and get nothing but complaints about ARC errors.
It sounds like you're referring to the DBRoulette sample for the Official Objective-C SDK for the Dropbox API v2. There are three copies of the example project, one for each supported method of installation. To get started, you should pick the one for the installation method you prefer, and then follow the installation instructions to install the library, just as you would in your own app.
Note that there's a known issue in that DBRoulette hasn't be updated for a change in version 2.0.6 of the SDK, so you may want to either use 2.0.5 for now, or change the instances of "DBError" to "DBRequestError".
If you're still having trouble, please share the errors you're getting. (Screenshots may also be helpful.)
dyld: Library not loaded: @rpath/ObjectiveDropboxOfficial.framework/ObjectiveDropboxOfficial
Referenced from: /Users/gordonapple/Library/Developer/CoreSimulator/Devices/F22A6687-1ED7-424E-A945-959DCC49CB5F/data/Containers/Bundle/Application/70C139CE-9AB2-4B6A-A484-518D04864D82/DBRoulette.app/DBRoulette
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I simply dragged the framework into the project folder, then into the XCode project for DBRoulette.
Ok, you can add including some sample code that shows how to do the in-app authentication. The less I have to know about this, the better. (My background is Communications Systems Engineering.)
We have our base class for handling standard drill-down file access for files in a number of different services. Obviously, we will have to rewrite the subclass that is currently uses the Dropboc v1 Rest interface.
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