Update your Dropbox Python Core SDK
I've received this mail from Dropbox, is that normal?
My app uses "from dropbox import client, rest, session"...
Thanks for your help
We're writing to you because our logs indicate that you have at least one Dropbox API app (Myappname) using an old version of the Python Core SDK, with an out of date certificate file.
The Dropbox Python Core SDK implements certificate pinning, based on a list of certificates included in the SDK, in order to help secure the connection to the Dropbox API servers.
On August 1st, 2016, the Dropbox API servers will be updated to use a new certificate, so you’ll need to update the version of the SDK used in your app to match. The latest version of the Python Core SDK already contains the updated certificate file:
You can refer to the CHANGELOG file included in the SDK for a list of changes.
Please update your app to use the latest SDK by 8/1/16 to ensure continued access to the Dropbox API.
I guess I really need to update the
It would really be ultra+ super awesome if you would just integrate Dropbox into the file picker. Being able to load and save directly to and from Dropbox would let me do a lot of my work on the road quickly and easily.
THe DropboxSync.py script kinda works once you find it on GitHub, figure out a way to actually get it into Pythonista, make sure the prerequisites are OK, get an API key, set up a new application in Dropbox's developer site and verify that you have the right paths, but it's kludgy and awkward and totally not user friendly. Having Ddropbox integration right in the app would really be amaze balls cool.
@DNSGeek It would also mean that Pythonista would not be allowed into the App Store, because of Apple's rules against downloading of executable code. Pythonista had to stop being an "Open In" target already for that reason.