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README: 0.52 Changes, Backwards Incomp. Changes
Using raw_input to ask for keys, rename variables
Instead of asking the user to edit the file. We should also probably allow the user to test just api_key and not providor if they wanted to check that.
Adding author emails to README
I got rid of __author__ et al, too much gloat in the package itself.
Renaming the package name
Yeah, letting it be in 'python' was a two year ago mistake for the ages.
I'm going to leave the directory in there for now in case anyone is sillily depending on it, but I'm nuking it in 0.6
updated README for v0.51
added retrieve_key parsing and expanded ouput. updated example.
Pep8ify code, rename README
updated for prowl api 1.2 support
Fix error when an invalid API key is provided. Merge with upstream br…
Fix issue in status returned by HttpsConnection object
- Remove httplib2 dependencies,
- add the provider key support to post and verify_key method,
- add licensing information to python files,
- reformat README to fit the rst format.
Forgot to add headers in verify_key
Added providerkey handling
Add License information
Add import statement in __init__.py
Add setup.py to distribute prowlpy with setuptools.
Added __init__.py so it's a proper module
Signed-off-by: Jacob Burch <email@example.com>
Updated readme to include note on forked changes
Got rid of now-unnessary URL encoding (Was Needed
When API was accessed via GET)
Added priority, minor updates
Few bug fixes
Changed example/added todo
Now works with the new Prowl API
I spell real good.
Example in example.py instead of README
Added an iota of documentation