I got a strange behaviour recently. Here is how I use Linq2twitter:
Context: asp.net MVC app for a startup prelaunch page which collects email addresses. The email is stored in a database and a tweet is sent to a private twitter account so that I get notifications. The tweet command is used asynchronously like this (in the
action.Invoke(); // action is the actual Action that calls the linq2twitter API
It works most of the time, but recently I received 2 strange tweets with the text of the exception:
1. Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
2. Error executing child request for handler 'System.Web.Mvc.HttpHandlerUtil+ServerExecuteHttpHandlerAsyncWrapper'.
Is it possible that if your code raises an exception it is tweeted instead of the expected text? Do you have an idea on what happens?