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Project Description

PyZilla is a simple wrapper on top the xmlrpclib package which provides an object that can be used to make XML-RPC calls to a Bugzilla installation.

The module exposes the BugZilla object which you can instantiate with the uri to the xmlrpc.cgi file on your bugzilla installation.

Here’s a simple usage example:

>>> from pyzilla import BugZilla
>>> bzilla = BugZilla("http://bugzilla.example.com/xmlrpc.cgi")
>>> bzilla.login("username", "password")
>>> bzilla.Bugzilla.version()

The module will store the auth cookies in the same directory of invocation in a file called cookies.txt.

For details of the API, please refer to the Bugzilla webservice docs.

For a saner interface to bugzilla, please refer to the Bugzilla REST API.

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