Eventually this will be a python module to access the GitHub v3 API.
This is not stable yet and there is no backwards compatibility yet. There will likely be some changes which change behavior in the near future.
Assuming you have git 1.7.x (although I'm not entirely certain what version it was introduced in) you can perform git clone --recursive git://github.com/sigmavirus24/github3.py.git github3.py to clone this and the submodule at the same time. Otherwise you have to do:
$ git clone git://github.com/sigmavirus24/github3.py.git $ cd github3.py $ git submodule init $ git submodule update
- requests by Kenneth Reitz
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See the docs for more detailed examples.
>>> from github3 import login >>> gh = login(username, password) >>> issue = gh.issue('sigmavirus24', 'Todo.txt-python', 17) >>> issue.html_url u'https://github.com/sigmavirus24/Todo.txt-python/issues/17' >>> issue.state u'open' >>> events = issue.list_events() >>> events [<Issue Event [#17 - subscribed - sigmavirus24]>, <Issue Event [#17 - assigned - sigmavirus24]>, <Issue Event [#17 - referenced - sigmavirus24]>] >>> events.actor <User [sigmavirus24:None]> >>> events.issue <Issue [sigmavirus24/Todo.txt-python #17]> >>> events.closed_at >>> events.event u'subscribed'
>>> from github3 import login >>> g = login(username, password) >>> repo = g.repository('sigmavirus24', 'Todo.txt-python') >>> sha = repo.create_blob('Testing blob creation', 'utf-8') >>> sha u'57fad9a39b27e5eb4700f66673ce860b65b93ab8' >>> blob = repo.blob(sha) >>> blob.content u'VGVzdGluZyBibG9iIGNyZWF0aW9u\n' >>> blob.decoded u'Testing blob creation' >>> blob.encoding u'base64'
>>> from github3 import login >>> g = login(username, password) >>> repo = g.repository('sigmavirus24', 'github3.py') >>> tag = repo.tag('cdba84b4fede2c69cb1ee246b33f49f19475abfa') >>> tag <Tag [cdba84b4fede2c69cb1ee246b33f49f19475abfa]> >>> tag.object.sha u'24ea44d302c6394a0372dcde8fd8aed899c0034b' >>> tag.object.type u'commit'
Please see the section of the documentation pertaining to this.
If you want to run the unittests with authentication, simply run:
From the root of the repository. If you would rather see what will take place on Travis, run:
Ian Cordasco (sigmavirus24)
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