Pythonic abstraction for python-habricator library.
Phabulous is an extremely simple wrapper around python-phabricator, with the aim of supporting writing more concise, and perhaps more predictable code interacting with Phabricator’s Conduit APIs.
I’m mostly using it to support writing iPython Notebooks which explore teams’ work loads and project planning, so it really only supports read operations at this point.
from phabulous import Phabulous project = Phabulous().project(id=481) for task in project.tasks(): print task.title, task.owner.name
The simplest way to install is via PyPi:
pip install phabulous
If you want to develop extraction, you can install from GitHub:
git clone email@example.com:lethain/phabulous.git # or git clone https://github.com/lethain/phabulous.git cd phabulous virtualenv env . ./env/bin/activate pip install -r requirements.txt pip install -e .
Then you can run the tests:
All of which should pass in a sane installation.
You should be able to explore from any starting object across the graph of Phabricator stuff. Let’s look at some examples.
Note that authentication is handled by the underlying python-phabricator library, which by default uses your ~/.arcrc files.
First, let’s start with a project:
import phabulous phab = phabulous.Phabulous() project = phab.project(id=481) for task in project.tasks[:5]: print "[%s] %s:\t%s" % (task.is_open, task.owner.name, task.title)
But maybe you want to start with a user instead:
import phabulous user = phabulous.Phabulous().user(username='wlarson') print "Name: \t%s" % user.name print "Email: \t%s" % user.email for task in user.tasks[:10]: deps = ",".join([x.title for x in task.dependencies]) print "\t%s" % task.title print "\tDependencies: %s" % deps for project in task.projects: print "\t\t%s" % project.name
See more examples in ./examples.