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Script Launchpad through its web services interfaces. Officially supported.

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NEWS for launchpadlib

1.5.4 (2009-12-17)

  • Made it easy to get anonymous access to a Launchpad instance.

  • Made it easy to plug in different clients that take the user’s Launchpad login and password for purposes of authorizing a request token. The most secure technique is still the default: to open the user’s web browser to the appropriate Launchpad page.

  • Introduced a command-line script bin/launchpad-credentials-console, which takes the user’s Launchpad login and password, and authorizes a request token on their behalf.

  • Introduced a command-line script bin/launchpad-request-token, which creates a request token on any Launchpad installation and dumps the JSON description of that token to standard output.

  • Shorthand service names like ‘edge’ should now be respected everywhere in launchpadlib.

1.5.3 (2009-10-22)

  • Moved some more code from launchpadlib into the more generic lazr.restfulclient.

1.5.2 (2009-10-01)

  • Added a number of new sample scripts from elsewhere.

  • Added a reference to the production Launchpad instance.

  • Made it easier to specify a Launchpad instance to run against.

1.5.1 (2009-07-16)

  • Added a sample script for uploading a release tarball to Launchpad.

1.5.0 (2009-07-09)

  • Most of launchpadlib’s code has been moved to the generic lazr.restfulclient library. launchpadlib now contains only code specific to Launchpad. There should be no changes in functionality.

  • Moved into the top-level directory. Having it in a subdirectory with a top-level symlink was breaking installation on Windows.

  • The notice to the end-user (that we’re opening their web browser) is now better formatted.

1.0.1 (2009-05-30)

  • Correct tests for new launchpad cache behavior in librarian

  • Remove build dependency on setuptools_bzr because it was causing bzr to be downloaded during installation of the package, which was unnecessary and annoying.

1.0 (2009-03-24)

  • Initial release on PyPI

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