[Tracker-discuss] List of recently modified issues
pfdubois at gmail.com
Tue Jun 5 05:09:04 CEST 2007
Actually Roundup supports RSS now but I've never tried to do it. It was
mentioned in the release notes, either the latest or the one before. The
other way is to take the approach in the script that issues the weekly
summaries, and run something periodically that queries the database. The
source for this is in scripts/roundup-summary.
On 6/4/07, Michał Kwiatkowski <constant.beta at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm a Google Summer of Code student working on a patch verification
> system (http://pybots.org/pvs/) for Python. Work on this project
> involves getting some data from the Roundup tracker and this is where
> my question comes from. I haven't looked into the code much, but
> figured I'd be better of asking people who already know Roundup code
> base well. OK, here goes.
> I would like to get from a Roundup instance information on recently
> modified issues. I already noticed there are no RSS/Atom feeds
> implemented, nor any RPC interface. Maybe there are other ways of
> getting this data from a remote client? A custom detector with
> notification capabilities may be a solution, but I would really like
> to keep the communication initiated by the client, not the tracker.
> This way even if a client goes down, it won't lose any updates by not
> A simple RSS feed would perfect, I can even go and implement it, if
> it's the only way. My question to the list is: is there really no
> other way, and if so, what chances are that my RSS solution would get
> accepted into official Python tracker (this way making further
> development of PVS possible). Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
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