from pyzotero import zotero zot = zotero.Zotero(library_id, library_type, api_key) items = zot.top(limit = 5) # we have now retrieved the last five top-level items in our library # we can print each item's item type and ID for item in items: print 'Item Type: %s | Key: %s' % (item['itemType'], item['key'])
See Read The Docs for full documentation of available Pyzotero methods, code examples, and sample output.
- using pip:
pip install pyzotero
- From a local clone, if you wish to install Pyzotero from a specific branch:
git clone git://github.com/urschrei/pyzotero.git cd pyzotero git checkout dev pip install .
- Alternatively, download the latest version from https://github.com/urschrei/pyzotero/downloads, and point pip at the zip file:
pip install ~/Downloads/urschrei-pyzotero-v0.3-0-g04ff544.zip
easy_install may be successful, but is neither tested nor officially supported – pip is the preferred method.
tests.py in the
pyzotero directory, or, using Nose,
nosetests from the top-level directory.
Pyzotero remains in development as of March 2012. The latest commits can be found on the dev branch. If you encounter an error, please open an issue.
Pull requests are welcomed. Please ensure that you base your changes on the most recent commit in the
dev branch, rebasing against it prior to opening the request if necessary.
Pyzotero is licensed under version 3 of the GNU General Public License. See
license.txt for details.