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Plug Kinto notifications to a collection endpoint.

Project Description

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kinto-changes shows the list of collection timestamps, allowing to poll changes on several collections with one HTTP request.

Install

pip install kinto-changes

Setup

In the Kinto settings:

kinto.includes = kinto_changes

# List of buckets/collections to show:
kinto.changes.resources = /buckets/settings
                          /buckets/blocklists/collections/certificates

The list of timestamps is available at GET /v1/buckets/monitor/collections/changes/records.

Advanced options

The changes entries will have a host attribute, that can be used to distinguish changes from several Kinto instances.

kinto.changes.http_host = website.domain.tld

By default, it will rely on the global setting kinto.http_host.

Changelog

1.1.1 (2018-04-17)

Internal changes

  • Get rid of six

1.1.0 (2017-11-16)

Breaking changes

  • Upgrade to Kinto 7

Bug fixes

  • Disable reify to always get the most accurate timestamp. (#36)

1.0.0 (2017-02-14)

Bug fixes

  • Accessing the monitoring collection when no changes occured don’t fail anymore (fixes #23)
  • The timestamps shown in the monitoring endpoint are now exactly equal (never superior anymore) to the timestamps of the monitored collections.

Breaking changes

  • The change endpoint location is now hard-coded (/buckets/monitor/collections/changes/records) and cannot be configured.
  • The permissions principals cannot be specified anymore. The change endpoint is now always public.
  • The monitor bucket and changes collection are not required anymore and are not created anymore.
  • POST and DELETE are not supported on the changes endpoint anymore.
  • Individual entries (eg. /buckets/monitor/collections/changes/records/{id}) cannot be accessed anymore.
  • The listener was dropped. Configuration must be changed:

Before:

kinto.event_listeners = changes
kinto.event_listeners.changes.use = kinto_changes.listener
kinto.event_listeners.changes.http_host = website.domain.tld
kinto.event_listeners.changes.collections = /buckets/settings
                                            /buckets/blocklists/collections/certificates

Now:

kinto.changes.http_host = website.domain.tld
kinto.changes.resources = /buckets/settings
                          /buckets/blocklists/collections/certificates

0.5.0 (2017-01-16)

  • Do not force the timestamp of monitored entries (#27)

0.4.0 (2016-11-07)

  • Add the plugin version in the capability (#20)
  • Add collections in the capability (#18)
  • Add a specific setting to override global http_host value (#24)

0.3.0 (2016-05-19)

  • Update to kinto.core for compatibility with Kinto 3.0. This release is no longer compatible with Kinto < 3.0, please upgrade!

0.2.0 (2016-04-25)

  • Addition of the changes capability

0.1.0 (2015-12-22)

  • Initial code.
  • Bucket and collection name configuration.
  • Changes read permissions configuration.
  • Selection of buckets and collections to follow configuration.

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