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Python Atlassian REST API Wrapper

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For users

For everyday normal use, just install package using pip:

pip install atlassian-python-api

Here’s a short example how to create a Confluence page:

from atlassian import Confluence

confluence = Confluence(
    url='http://localhost:8090',
    username='admin',
    password='admin')

status = confluence.create_page(
    space='DEMO',
    title='This is the title',
    body='This is the body. You can use <strong>HTML tags</strong>!')

print(status)

And here’s another example how to get issues from Jira using JQL Query:

from atlassian import Jira

jira = Jira(
    url='http://localhost:8080',
    username='admin',
    password='admin')

JQL = 'project = DEMO AND status NOT IN (Closed, Resolved) ORDER BY issuekey'
data = jira.jql(JQL)
print(data)

Please make sure, you’ve checked examples/ directory on how to build scripts using the API.

For Contributors

The following command builds a package and uploads it to PIP repository:

python setup.py sdist upload

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