In my spare time I have been working on a small Android app that synchronizes with Toodledo, mostly for learning purposes. I would like to post my code to github, but unfortunately my git history contains the hard coded app id and app token.
I can remove the app id from my account, but it remains usable apparently. The app id is not really gone, since registering the same app id returns it in my list of app ids with the same token.
My question is: how do I totally disable and remove the app id, so I can push my code on github without having my account being locked because of potential misuse of the app id?
You must be using the 1.0 API, which has different behavior. AppIDs were optional on the 1.0 API, so there was no real support for deleting them. The 1.0 API is deprecated, and has been for some time. I recommend updating your app to use our 2.0 API. Its not a lot of work. You will need to create a new AppID for this and then the old one won't matter anymore.
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