pypi changelog api
hermanmu at gmail.com
Thu Feb 21 14:58:31 CET 2013
Oh - and I haven't tried this site, but you may be able to set something up
on there to email when the changelog is updated.
On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 5:52 AM, Michael Herman <hermanmu at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'd love to see https://crate.io/ set up an API or at the very least an
> RSS feed for tracking changes. I've emailed the author about this. I think
> if enough people do, an RSS feed would be easy to setup.
> On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 5:33 AM, Philipp Hagemeister <phihag at phihag.de>wrote:
>> Hi Gregg,
>> to get a smaller response, you can simply pass in a timestamp, like this:
>> >>> client = xmlrpclib.ServerProxy('http://pypi.python.org/pypi')
>> >>> import time
>> >>> client.changelog(int(time.time() - 600))
>> [['vs.bootstrap.plonetheme', '1.0.1', 1361451748, 'update description,
>> classifiers'], ['numericalunits', '1.11', 1361451759, 'new release'],
>> ['numericalunits', '1.11', 1361451760, 'add source file
>> numericalunits-1.11.tar.gz'], ['autobahn_rce', '0.6.0', 1361451798,
>> 'remove'], ['vs.bootstrap.plonetheme', '1.0.1', 1361451816, 'update
>> description, classifiers'], ['vs.bootstrap.plonetheme', '1.0.1',
>> 1361451882, 'update description, classifiers'], ['autobahn_rce',
>> '0.5.9', 1361451956, 'new release'], ['autobahn_rce', '0.5.9',
>> 1361451971, 'add source file autobahn_rce-0.5.9.tar.gz']]
>> I don't think there's way to get older chunks of the changelog though.
>> What would you need those for?
>> If you need the entire changelog, just download it once (it's not that
>> large, barely 40MB). Here it is, up until 1361452402 (now):
>> What I'd like is a real-time push service of changelog entries, but I'm
>> not certain that would be scalable.
>> On 02/18/2013 02:16 AM, Gregg Caines wrote:
>> > Hey all,
>> > I'm trying to write a script that tracks changes on pypi, and I've come
>> across the xmlrpc interface, specifically the 'changelog' api. It's
>> definitely what I'm looking for, but I get an absolutely massive xml
>> response from it at once and I was hoping there might be either some way to
>> "page" through it with mulitple requests, or a different-but-similar API.
>> > Thanks in advance,
>> > Gregg
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