Bitbucket Issue Parser / bitbucket_issue_parser.py

import os
import json
import bitbucket
bb = bitbucket.BitBucket('dsr', 'xMaZXec2s1TgBv')
dsr = bb.user('dsr')
repository = dsr.repository('recipe')
repository_issues = repository.issues()
print(repository.issues())
#print(dsr.repositories())
user_name = os.getenv('LOGNAME')
desktop = "/Users/{0}/Desktop".format(user_name)
def parse(json_file):
    f_out = open(desktop + "/test.html", "w")
    #f = open(json_file).read()
    x = json.loads(repository_issues)
    for issue in x['issues']:
        if issue['status'] == 'new':
            print(issue['title'])
            f_out.write("<h1>"+ issue['title'] + "</h1>")
    f_out.close()

parse(desktop + "/recipe_issues.json")
Tip: Filter by directory path e.g. /media app.js to search for public/media/app.js.
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