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It seems that tokens created with no_expiry scope are immune to requests to invalidate them with /access-tokens/.../invalidate. Is this by design or by bug?

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This should be fixed now.

Invalidation should be possible for any access token, regardless of its properties.

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Confirmed, thanks! – Greg Hewgill Apr 12 '12 at 21:46

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