Peaty (PT, ‘pee-tee’): A PivotalTracker API Client
NOTE: This is not live and only reference while development is still early.
class User < ActiveRecord::Base pivotal_tracker_for :pivotal_tracker_api_key, :method_prefix => :pt, :table_prefix => :pt end u = User.first team =  releases =  u.pt_projects.each do |project| project.stories.all project.releases.all project.stories(:type => :release) project.stories.first.tasks # add team members to team list team.concat project.users # but ensure uniqueness later # collect our releases releases.concat project.releases end
See how current API works for selecting types of stories (chores, bugs, releases, and features)
project = u.pt_projects.first stories = project.stories.all story1, story2 = stories, stories # moves story1 before story2 story1.move(:before => story2) # moves story2 after story 1 story2.move(:after => story1)
Step 1: Submit a failing test.
Step 2: ???
Step 3: Profit.
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