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README.md

rubypress

Gem Version

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This implements the WordPress XML RPC API as released in version 3.4.

WARNING: SSL is NOT enabled by default for ease of testing for those running OS X systems without setup SSL certs. If this is important to you, checkout the options for instantiating a new client where you can set :use_ssl to true.

Getting Started

Installing rubypress

System installation

gem install rubypress

Using Bundler

# Add this to your Gemfile
gem 'rubypress'

Using rubypress

In a script

require 'rubypress'

Usage Examples

Create a new client

wp = Rubypress::Client.new(:host => "yourwordpresssite.com",
                           :username => "yourwordpressuser@wordpress.com",
                           :password => "yourwordpresspassword")

Automatically retry timeouts

When creating the client, you can optionally pass :retry_timeouts => true to rescue Timeout::Error and Net::ReadTimeout errors and retry the call.

wp = Rubypress::Client.new(:host => "yourwordpresssite.com",
                           :username => "yourwordpressuser@wordpress.com",
                           :password => "yourwordpresspassword",
                           :retry_timeouts => true)

Non-standard xmlrpc.php location

NOTE: If your xmlrpc.php is not on the host root directory, you need to specify it's path. For example, to connect to myhostedwordpresssite.net/path/to/blog:

wp = Rubypress::Client.new(:host => "myhostedwordpresssite.net",
                           :username => "yourwordpressuser@wordpress.com",
                           :password => "yourwordpresspassword",
                           :path => "/path/to/blog/xmlrpc.php")

Making requests

(Based off of the WordPress XML RPC API Documentation)

Getting Options

wp.getOptions

# Returns a hash of options from the wp_options table
=> {"software_name"=>{"desc"=>"Software Name",
                      "readonly"=>true,
                      "value"=>"WordPress"}}

(just a small excerpt of actual options for the sake of the whole brevity thing)

Creating a new post

wp.newPost( :blog_id => "your_blog_id", # 0 unless using WP Multi-Site, then use the blog id
            :content => {
                         :post_status  => "publish",
                         :post_date    => Time.now,
                         :post_content => "This is the body",
                         :post_title   => "RubyPress is the best!",
                         :post_name    => "/rubypress-is-the-best",
                         :post_author  => 1, # 1 if there is only the admin user, otherwise the user's id
                         :terms_names  => {
                            :category   => ['Category One','Category Two','Category Three'],
                            :post_tag => ['Tag One','Tag Two', 'Tag Three']
                                          }
                         }
            )  

# Returns the newly created posts ID if successful
=> "24"  

Using SSL to connect

Use the default SSL port of 443

wp = Rubypress::Client.new(:host => "myhostedwordpresssite.net",
                           :username => "yourwordpressuser@wordpress.com",
                           :password => "yourwordpresspassword",
                           :use_ssl => true)

Use a non-default ssl port of your choosing (must be setup on your server correctly)

wp = Rubypress::Client.new(:host => "myhostedwordpresssite.net",
                           :username => "yourwordpressuser@wordpress.com",
                           :password => "yourwordpresspassword",
                           :use_ssl => true,
                           :ssl_port => 995)

Uploading a file

FILENAME='myFile.png'
wp.uploadFile(:data => {
	:name => FILENAME,
	:type => MIME::Types.type_for(FILENAME).first.to_s,
	:bits => XMLRPC::Base64.new(IO.read(FILENAME))
	})

To make further requests, check out the documentation - this gem should follow the exact format of the WordPress XML RPC API. For even further clarification on what requests are available, take a look in the spec folder.

Contributing to rubypress

Pull requests welcome.

  • Check out the latest master to make sure the feature hasn't been implemented or the bug hasn't been fixed yet.
  • Check out the issue tracker to make sure someone already hasn't requested it and/or contributed it.
  • Fork the project.
  • Start a feature/bugfix branch.
  • Commit and push until you are happy with your contribution.
  • Make sure to add tests for it. This is important so we don't break it in a future version unintentionally.
  • Submit a pull request

Testing

Environment Variables

The test suite requires that the following environment variables are set:

  • WORDPRESS_HOST
  • WORDPRESS_USERNAME
  • WORDPRESS_PASSWORD

Optionally, you can create a file in the working directory called .env and add the following to it:

WORDPRESS_HOST=myhostedwordpresssite.net
WORDPRESS_PORT=80
WORDPRESS_USE_SSL=false
WORDPRESS_USERNAME=yourwordpressuser@wordpress.com
WORDPRESS_PASSWORD=yourwordpresspassword

or use the sample-dot-env file as a base. .env will not be committed. When RSpec runs it will set the environment variables for you. If you use a port other than 80, specify it with WORDPRESS_PORT and use WORDPRESS_USE_SSL=true for HTTPS servers. Be sure to set the port to 443 for standard HTTPS servers.

If you'd like to run the tests to test a server with plain HTTP authentication, use these environment vars:

WORDPRESS_HTTP_LOGIN=yourhttplogin
WORDPRESS_HTTP_PASS=yourhttppass
WORDPRESS_HTTP_USERNAME=yourwordpressusername
WORDPRESS_HTTP_PASSWORD=yourwordpresspassword
WORDPRESS_HTTP_HOST=yourhost.com
WORDPRESS_HTTP_PORT=80
WORDPRESS_HTTP_USE_SSL=false
WORDPRESS_HTTP_PATH=/path/to/xmlrpc.php

The Basic Authentication settings also allow a custom port and whether to use SSL/HTTPS. Note that, like the host and path, these variable names include HTTP_ and can be set to the same or different values as needed.

Credits

  • Zach Feldman @zachfeldman - current maintainer, majority of codebase
  • Dan Collis-Puro @djcp - original project creator

Contributors

  • Abdelkader Boudih @seuros (Removed deep_merge monkeypatch if ActiveSupport is defined, small refactors, fixed dependency issue with retry)
  • Alex Dantas @alexdantas (README edits re: host option)
  • Pacop @pacop (Added a far easier way to upload files than the default method chain)
  • David Muto @pseudomuto (Added ability to use a .env file and to retry failed requests)
  • Teemu Pääkkönen @borc (Added HTTP authentication and tests for it)
  • Brian Fletcher @punkie (Did work to try to get to 1.9.2 compat with tests, VCR issues prevented this. Now only officially support 1.9.3 and up)
  • Corey @developercorey (Added ability to change SSL port, README updates)
  • Michael @mibamur (Patched uploadFile method)
  • Rebecca Skinner @sevenseacat (Cached the XMLRPC connection to save resources)
  • Casey Hadden @caseyhadden (Added support for cookie-based authentication schemes)
  • Noah Botimer @botimer (Allowed custom prefixes on method names and tests to run against https servers on any port)
  • Carlos Pérez Cerrato @lastko (Caught Errno::EPIPE: Broken pipe errors)
  • Eric Gascoine @ericgascoine (Fixed getPostStatusList)
  • Matt Colyer @mcoyler (Added configurable timeouts)
  • Karim Naufal @rimkashox (Added support for Ruby >= 2.4.0)

License

Licensed under the same terms as WordPress itself - GPLv2.

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Ruby interface for the WordPress XMLRPC API. Follows standard XML-RPC Documentation closely.

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