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Ian Cordasco
Add iter_all_{repos,users} Reference: 996f8fdd2da0fa9f669d26700c5a9ec7cf2cd271
Ian Cordasco
Add support Gitignore templates API and docs.
Ian Cordasco
Add changes to the Authoriztaions API. Authorizations change - 27e8e0d1373870d20fbf1fbc7dacaf908510a507 Also, accurately track User-Agent via version number.
Ian Cordasco
< 1100 lines left to test
Ian Cordasco
Fix docs
Ian Cordasco
One more test
Ian Cordasco
Merge remote-tracking branch 'github/pr/51' into magic_json
Gael Pasgrimaud
*watch* methods does not exist
Ian Cordasco
Work on removing None values from JSON documents In most instances they're useless and in some cases provide unintended consequences.
Ian Cordasco
If there's anyone willing to try this It should be interesting ;)
Ian Cordasco
Account for new way of creating a fork in an org
Ian Cordasco
Change GitHub's repr If someone has called GitHub with authentication parameters or logged in, display the name they decided to use. Otherwise, just display the faux memory location
Ian Cordasco
Remove unnecessary import and attribute
Ian Cordasco
Some minor changes.
Ian Cordasco
Flake8 on setup.py.
Kristian Glass
Successfully handle 404 from Repository.issue()
Ian Cordasco
Meant 0.3 in last commit message. Fixed tests. Mock's docs are out of date a bit. contextlib deprecated nested() and nested with statements are the only things that make sense it seems.
Ian Cordasco
Upgrade development to 0.2
Ian Cordasco
Release 0.1 and bring coverage to 51%
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0.2
Ian Cordasco
50% test coverage.
Ian Cordasco
Last of the docstring changes
Ian Cordasco
Remove some more list_* methods. Should be the last of them.
Ian Cordasco
Reformat almost all docstrings. Removed list_* methods from a few objects including (most importantly) Repository
Ian Cordasco
Seriously important changes.
Ian Cordasco
Fix access on GitHub.star() Add test for that same method.
Ian Cordasco
Merge remote-tracking branch 'github/pr/48' into develop
Kristian Glass
Default Repository.edit() to make no changes for unsupplied parameters This is a behaviour change, however I feel the previous implementation was dangerous due to violation of the Principle of Least Surprise. Under the previous implementation, if I wrote the following: r.edit(r.name, has_issues=True) then if `r` was a private repo, I would have inadvertently made it public on GitHub, because the `private` parameter to `edit` had a default value of `True`. Tech…
Kristian Glass
Repository.contents() now acts as documented and returns None on API 404
Ian Cordasco
Add more examples and trim README.rst. Also add item to TODO list about setting logical and sane defaults.
Kristian Glass
Repository.master_branch defaults to None not '' now as per docs
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