A python3 library for getting information about the team
A python3 library for getting information about the team.
To install this library, either use pip:
python3 -m pip install RaiderFetch
or, use setuptools:
python3 setup.py install
This is the recommended usage for the library
Import the library
First, import the library
import RaiderFetch as rf
Create a fetcher
All of your work will be done through a fetcher class.
fetcher = rf.Fetcher()
A string of another account name can also be passed into the constructor. For example:
fetcher = rf.Fetcher("team254")
Calling the api
For maximum control over the library, fetching data from the API is done manually. Nothing is returned by this function.
Get the activity feed
To get info from GitHub about the team's activity, use this function.
Get a list of team members
To get a list of all current programming team members, use this function. Accounts marked as private will not be shown.
(NOTE: Team captains should have all members set their account to public)
Check if an account is a member of the team
To check if someone is a member of this team, pass their username into this function. A bool is returnewd by this function.
Get a list of repos
To get a list of all public repos, along with some info about them, use:
Release history Release notifications | RSS feed
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