Unofficial Dart bindings for the PayPal REST API.
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|1.0.0-dev+2||Aug 28, 2016|
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lib/src/apis/payments.dart failed with 2 errors, 1 hint:
line 37 col 24: Undefined name 'JSON'.
line 139 col 15: Undefined name 'JSON'.
line 6 col 8: Unused import: 'dart:convert'.
lib/paypal_client.dart failed with 1 error:
line 57 col 22: Undefined name 'BASE64'.
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lib/src/access_credentials.dart(1 error, 1 hint)
lib/src/paypal_exception.dart(1 error, 1 hint)
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