…title argument, version bump.
you need to supply all settings and not just the ones you want changed.
*Added ability to fetch, approve, and remove, spam and modqueue pages *Added ability to moderator-distinguish comments and submissions
…ersion bump required.
Automatically retry three times (with the proper wait conditions) in the event of a 504 response. The _sorted and _selection helpers now properly take a variable number of arguments, rather than statically (and incorrectly) shadowing get_content. Also fixed a test failure.
The source uses properties which is a feature added in python 2.6. Given that the json libary is included in python 2.6 there is no need to failback to the simplejson import. Updated the pypi classifiers accordingly.
Also worth noting: This API wrapper previously assumed Reddit supported marking multiple messages as read; this infact wasn't the case. I added a [pull request](reddit/reddit#299) to Reddit to support this feature, and in doing so have decided to leave the support in the Reddit API wrapper as I am hopeful they will integrate my pull request. I have also added a test for the multiple mark_as_read feature. This test will fail until my pull request is integrated.
… subreddit actions and added MoreComments support. Minor version bump. With MoreComments comes convenience functions, comments_flat, all_comments, and all_comments_flat which converts the MoreComments objects into their appropriate comments. Note that when using all_comments(_flat) that it will throw a ClientException if there are more than 10 MoreComments objects to convert as each mMoreComment object unfortunately requires a single request to fetch. You can manually query the comments from a MoreComments object via the `comment` method of the MoreComments object.
…s of a subreddit (must be a mod) Alignment issue
…tools. This patch make the package able to be installed under system that doesn't have setuptools.
…tings. A positive side effect of this change is that the api_request_delay now operates on a per-domain basis. Thus there are different rate limits for different sites that you are connecting to. Note that the key for the last_call is the domain name, thus even though the Reddit or config object may be different, if the domain is the same, then the rate limit will apply.
Added test functionality for: * create_subreddit * get_all_comments * get_front_page * my_moderation * my_reddits
… functions to work properly.