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Use the TeamCity REST API from Python

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# Pytc3 [WIP]
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Python interface to the [REST
API]( of

## Installation

pip install pytc3

## Examples

### Connect to server

from pytc3 import TeamCity

# This initialises the Client with the settings passed. <port> has to be an integer.
tc = TeamCity('account', 'password', 'server', <port>)

or specify no parameters and it will read settings from environment

- `TEAMCITY_PORT` (Defaults to 80 if not set)

from pytc3 import TeamCity

# Initialises with environment variables: TEAMCITY_{USER,PASSWORD,HOST,PORT}
tc = TeamCity()

### Getting data

You can also look at

## Acknowledgements

This is a heavily-modified fork of so many thanks are due to [SurveyMonkey](

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