(my fork of) the Python JIRA command line interface (to add some conveniences)
Update to version 4.4.0
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Python CLI for JIRA Matt Doar Consulting Toolsmiths http://www.pobox.com/~doar This CLI is an example of using Python and the JIRA SOAP API to interact with JIRA from the command line. There is also another Atlassian CLI written in Java at https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugin/details/6398 Usage: First make sure that SOAP access to your JIRA instance is enabled via Admin, General Configuration, Accept remote API calls After download you shouldn't need to install anything, just unpack the package and run python ./jira at the command line and a list of the available commands should appear. For example: python ./jira -s http://localhost:8080 projects should prompt you to log in with your JIRA userid and password and then display a list of the available JIRA projects. Windows ------- Windows users can unzip the zip package and use the CLI in a similar way: C:\Python25\python.exe .\jira -s http://localhost:8080 projects If you need to access the code directly, you can use Subversion: svn checkout https://studio.plugins.atlassian.com/svn/JCLIMD/trunk JCLIMD Versions: The CLI should now work with JIRA versions from 3.4 to 4.2.