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python-bitbucket ---------------- A simple python library to access the BitBucket API. API Coverage is not that high at the moment as the API has not been officially released and is still in a state of flux. Right now only read (GET) calls are supported. usage ===== API Usage all stems from the ``BitBucket`` object. You can instantiate one easily:: >>> import bitbucket >>> bb = bitbucket.BitBucket() >>> bb <BitBucket API> Certain areas of bitbucket's API require authentication or promise to provide more data if you are authenticated. Authentication lives on the ``BitBucket`` object, so if you want to authenticate pass the username and password:: >>> bb = bitbucket.BitBucket('jmoiron', 'mypassword') >>> bb <BitBucket API (auth: jmoiron)> If at any time you set both the ``username`` and ``password`` attributes on the bb object, authentication becomes active. BitBucket's auth is HTTP Basic over https. getting data ============ ``BitBucket`` provides an object-oriented wrapper around the API's REST structure. Top level API calls are available off the ``BitBucket`` object itself. To fetch a user, and poke around at his repositories:: >>> jmoiron = bb.user('jmoiron') >>> jmoiron <User: jmoiron> >>> jmoiron.repositories() [{'description': 'simple python bitbucket API library', 'followers_count': 1, 'name': 'python-bitbucket', 'slug': 'python-bitbucket', 'website': 'http://bitbucket.org/jmoiron/python-bitbucket/'}, ... ] >>> pybb = jmoiron.repository('python-bitbucket') >>> pybb <Repository: jmoiron's python-bitbucket> >>> pybb.tags() ... >>> pybb.branches() ... ``python-bitbucket`` does not attempt to format or abstract the return values of API calls in any way.