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A python wrapper for the Nexus API.

Project description

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A python wrapper for the Nexus API.

Features:

  • Retrieve information regarding colour-specific themes for games;
  • Access resources specific to a user:
    • Get user details;
    • Get user’s endorsements;
    • Get, add and delete user’s tracked mods.
  • Retrieve game information;
  • Access mod information:
    • Get latest added mods;
    • Get latest updated mods;
    • Get all updated mods in a specific period of time;
    • Get trending mods;
    • Search for a specific mod;
    • Get mod details;
    • Get mod’s changelogs;
    • Endorse or abstain from endorsing a mod.
  • Access a mod’s files:
    • List a mod’s files;
    • Get a mod’s file details;
    • Generate a download link for a mod’s file.

Installation

To install pynxm, use pip:

pip install pynxm

Users will also need an api key to login with, generate one for your account here.

Application developers that wish to use Nexus’ Single Sign-On (SSO) will need an application slug and a connection token, please contact a Nexus Community Manager for more information.

Quick Examples

Connect to Nexus:

>>> api_key = "my-api-key"
>>> nxm = pynxm.Nexus(api_key)

Track a new mod:

>>> game = "fallout3"
>>> mod_id = "00000"
>>> nxm.user_tracked_add(game, mod_id)

Endorse a mod:

>>> game = "newvegas"
>>> mod_id = "99999"
>>> nxm.mod_endorse(game, mod_id)

Documentation

For more information check out pynxm’s API documentation at pynxm.rtfd.io

You can supplement pynxm’s API docs with the Nexus API documentation.

Issues

Please use the GitHub issue tracker to submit bugs or request features.

Development

Setup a virtualenv, install flit and run:

flit install -s

This will install an editable version of pynxm and all dev packages.

To run the checks and tests:

tox

And to publish:

flit publish

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