Anonymous avatar Anonymous committed 962bdda

Make ditz class an issue iterator.

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     def __init__(self, issuedir = "issues"):
         self.issuedir = issuedir
-        # Read the project file.
         path = os.path.join(issuedir, Project.filename)
         if os.path.exists(path):
             self.project = self._read(path)
             raise DitzError("'%s' is not a Ditz issue directory" % issuedir)
-        # Read the issues.
-        self.issues = []
-        match = os.path.join(issuedir, Issue.template % "*")
+    def __iter__(self):
+        match = os.path.join(self.issuedir, Issue.template % "*")
         for path in glob.glob(match):
-            issue = self._read(path)
-            self.issues.append(issue)
+            yield self._read(path)
     def _read(self, path):
         fp = open(path)
     ditz = Ditz()
+    print "Releases:"
+    for release in ditz.project.releases:
+        date = release.release_time 
+        print "   %s [%s]" % (,
+                              date if date else "unreleased")
     print "Issues:"
-    for issue in ditz.issues:
+    for issue in ditz:
         print "   %s [%s]" % (issue.title, issue.type)
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