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python-bitbucket / examples / get_repository.py

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examples/get_repository.py

 repos = api.get_repositories()
 
 for repo in repos:
-  print "Name: %s" % repo.name
-  print "Owner: %s" % repo.owner
-  print "Website: %s" % repo.website
-  print "Description: %s" % repo.description
-  print "Created on: %s" % datetime.datetime.strftime(repo.created_on, "%c")
-  print "Language: %s" % repo.language
-  print "SCM: %s" % repo.scm
-  for issue in repo.get_issues():
-    # Yes, this works too!
-    print "Issue title: %s" % issue.title
-    print "Issue priority: %s" % issue.priority
-    print "Issue content:\n%s\n\n" % issue.content
-  for change in repo.get_changesets(limit=5):
-    print "Revision/Node: %d:%s" % (change.revision, change.node)
-    # Since change.timestamp is a datetime object, we can use formatting on it.
-    print "Timestamp: %s" % datetime.datetime.strftime(change.timestamp, "%c")
-    print "Commit message:\n%s" % change.message
-    print "Affected files: %s" % len(change.files)
-    for f in change.files:
-      print f.filename
-    print "\n"
+    print "Name: %s" % repo.name
+    print "Owner: %s" % repo.owner
+    print "Website: %s" % repo.website
+    print "Description: %s" % repo.description
+    print "Created on: %s" % datetime.datetime.strftime(repo.created_on, "%c")
+    print "Language: %s" % repo.language
+    print "SCM: %s" % repo.scm
+    for issue in repo.get_issues():
+        # Yes, this works too!
+        print "Issue title: %s" % issue.title
+        print "Issue priority: %s" % issue.priority
+        print "Issue content:\n%s\n\n" % issue.content
+    for change in repo.get_changesets(limit=5):
+        print "Revision/Node: %d:%s" % (change.revision, change.node)
+        # Since change.timestamp is a datetime object, we can use formatting on it.
+        print "Timestamp: %s" % datetime.datetime.strftime(change.timestamp, "%c")
+        print "Commit message:\n%s" % change.message
+        print "Affected files: %s" % len(change.files)
+        for f in change.files:
+            print f.filename
+        print "\n"