Using the REST API with Python¶
Here is the list of available libraries for using REST API with Python:
Python-Redmine is a library which supports 100% features of Redmine's REST API. It provides a simple but powerful Pythonic API inspired by a well-known Django ORM and is thoroughly tested. Example:
>>> from redminelib import Redmine >>> redmine = Redmine('http://demo.redmine.org', username='foo', password='bar') >>> project = redmine.project.get('vacation') >>> project.id 30404 >>> project.identifier 'vacation' >>> project.created_on datetime.datetime(2013, 12, 31, 13, 27, 47) >>> project.issues <redminelib.resultsets.ResourceSet object with Issue resources> >>> project.issues <redminelib.resources.Issue #34441 "Vacation"> >>> dir(project.issues) ['assigned_to', 'author', 'created_on', 'description', 'done_ratio', 'due_date', 'estimated_hours', 'id', 'priority', 'project', 'relations', 'start_date', 'status', 'subject', 'time_entries', 'tracker', 'updated_on'] >>> project.issues.subject 'Vacation' >>> project.issues.time_entries <redminelib.resultsets.ResourceSet object with TimeEntry resources>
Suppose Eric fell ill and was out for several days. You need to crawl through the project called Parrot and move any due date for issues assigned to Eric out by two more weeks.
The dateutil library contains a handy method called relativedelta for calculating relative dates.
# Import the Redmine class from redmine import Redmine from dateutil.relativedelta import relativedelta server = Redmine('http://my-server.com', username='Me', password='seakrit') project = server.projects['parrot'] # Find Eric in the user data for u in server.users: if u.firstname == 'Eric' and u.lastname == 'Idle': user = u break else: raise Exception("Didn't find Eric Idle in the user dateabase") # Extend issues in project assigned to user by two weeks for issue in project.issues(assigned_to_id=user.id): if issue.due_date is not None: issue.due_date += relativedelta(weeks=+2) issue.save('Giving Eric more time to complete - he was out ill')
# Importing pyactiveresource from pyactiveresource.activeresource import ActiveResource class Issue(ActiveResource): _site = 'http://redmine.foo.org' _user = 'username' _password = 'password' # Get issues issues = Issue.find() # Get a specific issue, from its id issue = Issue.find(1345) # Issue attributes # Updating an attribute
PyRed example: TBD¶
Updated by Max Tepkeev almost 6 years ago · 18 revisions