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Interact with GitLab API

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Python GitLab

python-gitlab is a Python package providing access to the GitLab server API.

It supports the v4 API of GitLab, and provides a CLI tool (gitlab).

Installation

Requirements

python-gitlab depends on:

Install with pip

pip install python-gitlab

Using the python-gitlab docker image

How to build

docker build -t python-gitlab:TAG .

How to use

docker run -it --rm -e GITLAB_PRIVATE_TOKEN=<your token> -v /path/to/python-gitlab.cfg:/python-gitlab.cfg python-gitlab <command> ...

To change the GitLab URL, use -e GITLAB_URL=<your url>

Bring your own config file: docker run -it --rm -v /path/to/python-gitlab.cfg:/python-gitlab.cfg -e GITLAB_CFG=/python-gitlab.cfg python-gitlab <command> ...

Bug reports

Please report bugs and feature requests at https://github.com/python-gitlab/python-gitlab/issues.

Documentation

The full documentation for CLI and API is available on readthedocs.

Build the docs

You can build the documentation using sphinx:

pip install sphinx
python setup.py build_sphinx

Contributing

You can contribute to the project in multiple ways:

  • Write documentation
  • Implement features
  • Fix bugs
  • Add unit and functional tests
  • Everything else you can think of

We prefer commit messages to be formatted using the conventional-changelog. This leads to more readable messages that are easy to follow when looking through the project history.

Provide your patches as github pull requests. Thanks!

Running unit tests

Before submitting a pull request make sure that the tests still succeed with your change. Unit tests and functional tests run using the travis service and passing tests are mandatory to get merge requests accepted.

You need to install tox to run unit tests and documentation builds locally:

# run the unit tests for python 2/3, and the pep8 tests:
tox

# run tests in one environment only:
tox -epy35

# build the documentation, the result will be generated in
# build/sphinx/html/
tox -edocs

Running integration tests

Two scripts run tests against a running gitlab instance, using a docker container. You need to have docker installed on the test machine, and your user must have the correct permissions to talk to the docker daemon.

To run these tests:

# run the CLI tests:
./tools/functional_tests.sh

# run the python API tests:
./tools/py_functional_tests.sh

You can also build a test environment using the following command:

./tools/build_test_env.sh

A freshly configured gitlab container will be available at http://localhost:8080 (login root / password 5iveL!fe). A configuration for python-gitlab will be written in /tmp/python-gitlab.cfg.

To cleanup the environment delete the container:

docker rm -f gitlab-test

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