A wrapper around the Trello API written in Python. Each Trello object is represented by a corresponding Python object. The attributes of these objects are cached, but the child objects are not. This can possibly be improved when the API allows for notification subscriptions; this would allow caching (assuming a connection was available to invalidate the cache as appropriate).
I've created a Trello Board for feature requests, discussion and some development tracking.
pip install py-trello
py-oauth2 works if you apply this patch. To use 3-legged authentication, construct your Trello client as follows:
client = Trello(api_key = '...', api_secret = '...', token = '...', token_secret = '...')
Where token and token_secret come from the 3-legged OAuth process. api_key and api_secret are your Trello API credentials (generated here).
Required Python modules
To run the tests, run python tests.py. Three environment variables must be set:
- TRELLO_API_KEY: your Trello API key
- TRELLO_TOKEN: your Trello OAuth token
- TRELLO_TEST_BOARD_COUNT: the number of boards in your Trello account
- TRELLO_TEST_BOARD_NAME: name of the board to test card manipulation on. Must be unique, or the first match will be used
And run (from py-trello/):
PYTHONPATH=. python test/test_trello.py