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Library for communicating with a Redmine project management application

Project description

Python-Redmine is a library for communicating with a Redmine project management application. Redmine exposes some of its data via REST API for which Python-Redmine provides a simple but powerful Pythonic API inspired by a well-known Django ORM:

>>> from redminelib import Redmine

>>> redmine = Redmine('', username='foo', password='bar')
>>> project = redmine.project.get('vacation')


>>> project.identifier

>>> project.created_on
datetime.datetime(2013, 12, 31, 13, 27, 47)

>>> project.issues
<redminelib.resultsets.ResourceSet object with Issue resources>

>>> project.issues[0]
<redminelib.resources.Issue #34441 "Vacation">

>>> dir(project.issues[0])
['assigned_to', 'author', 'created_on', 'description', 'done_ratio',
'due_date', 'estimated_hours', 'id', 'priority', 'project', 'relations',
'start_date', 'status', 'subject', 'time_entries', 'tracker', 'updated_on']

>>> project.issues[0].subject

>>> project.issues[0].time_entries
<redminelib.resultsets.ResourceSet object with TimeEntry resources>


  • Supports 100% of Redmine API

  • Supports external Redmine plugins API

  • Supports Python 3.7 - 3.12 and PyPy3

  • Supports different request engines

  • Extendable via custom resources and custom request engines

  • Extensively documented

  • Provides ORM-style Pythonic API

  • And many more…


Standard Edition

The recommended way to install is from Python Package Index (PyPI) with pip:

$ pip install python-redmine

Pro Edition

License for a Pro Edition can be bought here. You will receive an email with all the details regarding Pro Edition installation process.


Documentation is available at

Contacts and Support

Support for Standard Edition is provided via GitHub only, while support for Pro Edition is provided both via GitHub and Be sure to write from email that was specified during the purchase procedure.


2.5.0 (2024-03-31)


  • Requests version required >= 2.31.0

New Features:


  • Migrated CI to GitHub Actions, also we now test not only on Linux, but on macOS and Windows as well

  • dir(resource) and list(resource) now also show properties of an object

  • Support for issues_assigned and issues_authored relations in User object (Issue #317)

  • Original filename will be used as a filename for all uploaded files if a path was provided and filename wasn’t set

  • Pro Edition: Added support for RedmineUP Contact avatar add/update operations (see docs for details)

  • Pro Edition: Added support for RedmineUP DealCategory create(), update(), delete() operations (see docs for details)

  • Pro Edition: RedmineUP CrmQuery resource now supports invoices and expenses relation attributes

  • PerformanceWarning will be issued when Python-Redmine does some unnecessary redirects before the actual request is made


  • Backwards Incompatible: API key is now being sent in the X-Redmine-API-Key header instead of the key GET parameter which makes things more secure in case of a failed connection, but it might created issues for servers that don’t do custom request header forwarding by default, so be sure to check your web server before upgrading (Issue #328 and Issue #330) (thanks to Tom Misilo and Ricardo Branco)

  • Backwards Incompatible: User all operation now really returns all users, i.e. not only active, but locked, registered and anonymous as well instead of only returning just active users in previous versions due to the respect to Redmine’s standard behaviour (Issue #327)


  • Tests were failing on Windows OS

  • Tests were failing on Python 3.12 (Issue #332) (thanks to Michał Górny)

  • Some closed Issues weren’t converted to Resource objects using

  • Pro Edition: RedmineUP Invoice resource order attribute was returned as a dict instead of being converted to Resource object

  • Pro Edition: RedmineUP CrmQuery resource deals and contacts relation attributes didn’t work

  • Pro Edition: RedmineUP DealStatus resource deals relation attribute didn’t work


  • Mentioned support for author_id in Issue’s resource filter operation

2.4.0 (2023-01-18)


  • Requests version required >= 2.28.2

  • Removed Python 2.7, 3.5, 3.6 support as it’s not supported by Requests anymore

  • Removed support for python test as it became deprecated by setuptools

New Features:


  • Added support for Python 3.10, 3.11 and latest PyPy

  • Added support for allowed_statuses to include param and on demand includes for Issue resource (requires Redmine >= 5.0.0)

  • Added support for issue_custom_fields to include param and on demand includes for Project resource (requires Redmine >= 4.2.0)

  • Added support for comments and attachments to include param and on demand includes for News resource (requires Redmine >= 4.1.0)

  • Pro Edition: Added support for RedmineUP Contact projects to include param and on demand includes for all() and filter() operations

  • Pro Edition: Added support for RedmineUP Note create(), update(), delete() operations (see docs for details)

  • Added support for Project close(), reopen(), archive(), unarchive() operations (see docs for details, requires Redmine >= 5.0.0)

  • Added support for updating and deleting issue journals (see docs for details, requires Redmine >= 5.0.0)


  • Backwards Incompatible: Switched to pytest instead of nose as nose project is dead (Issue #312)

  • Backwards Incompatible: Removed usage of distutils.LooseVersion internally since it became deprecated and caused warnings, because of that all version info internally is now being represented as tuples and not strings as before


  • Stop raising ResourceAttrError for attributes that actually exist, but their value is None (Issue #261)

  • Pro Edition: RedmineUP Deal resource related_contacts attribute was returned as a list instead of being converted to ResourceSet object

  • Project resource default_assignee attribute was returned as a dict instead of being converted to Resource object

  • Project resource time_entry_activities attribute was returned as a list instead of being converted to ResourceSet object


  • Document requirement of project_id param for query_id filter (Issue #285) (thanks to Doezer)

  • Mentioned support for user_id in TimeEntry’s resource create/update (Issue #298)

  • Mentioned support for additional scopes for Search API

2.3.0 (2020-05-21)


  • Requests version required >= 2.23.0

  • Removed Python 3.4 support as it’s not supported by Requests anymore


  • Support custom filename in redmine.upload()

  • Support for get() and update() operations for /my/account endpoint which doesn’t require admin privileges by using me as an id, i.e. redmine.user.get('me') or redmine.user.update('me',firstname='John') (requires Redmine >= 4.1.0)

  • News create(), update(), delete() operations support (requires Redmine >= 4.1.0)

  • ResourceSet’s export() method now supports columns keyword argument which can be either an iterable of column names, an “all” string which tells Python-Redmine to export all available columns, “all_gui” string for GUI like behaviour or iterable of elements with “all_gui” string and additional columns to export

  • Added support for special characters in WikiPage titles (Issue #222) (thanks to Radek Czajka)

  • Added return_response and ignore_response parameters to engine which allow to skip response processing and speed up the create/update/delete operation in case response body isn’t needed (see docs for details)


  • User’s send_information field wasn’t sent correctly to Redmine so account information emails were never sent (Issue #227) (thanks to wodny)

  • Project resource default_version attribute was returned as a dict instead of being converted to Resource object

  • Resource object was leaking memory during initialization (Issue #257) (thanks to yihli)


  • Introduced detailed parameter list for redmine.session

  • Mentioned support for admin in User’s resource create/update

2.2.1 (2019-02-28)


  • ProjectMembership resource group attribute was returned as a dict instead of being converted to Resource object (Issue #220) (thanks to Samuel Harmer)

2.2.0 (2019-01-13)


  • Removed vendored Requests package and make it an external dependency as Requests did the same with its own dependencies

  • Removed Python 2.6 and 3.3 support as they’re not supported by Requests anymore


  • PerformanceWarning will be issued when Python-Redmine does some unnecessary work under the hood to fix the clients code problems


  • Redmine.upload() fails under certain circumstances when used with a file-like object and it contains unicode instead of bytes (Issue #216)

  • Redmine.session() doesn’t restore previous engine if fails (Issue #211) (thanks to Dmitry Logvinenko)

2.1.1 (2018-05-02)

  • Fix PyPI package

2.1.0 (2018-05-02)

This release concentrates mostly on stability and adds small features here and there. Some of them are backwards incompatible and are marked as such. They shouldn’t affect many users since most of them were used internally by Python-Redmine. A support for the Files API has been finally added, but please be sure to check its documentation as the implementation on the Redmine side is horrible and there are things to keep in mind while working with Files API. Lastly, only until the end of May 2018 there is a chance to buy a Pro Edition for only 14.99$ instead of the usual 24.99$, this is your chance to get an edition with additional features for a good price and to support the further development of Python-Redmine, more info here.

New Features:


  • Backwards Incompatible: ResourceSet’s filter() method became more advanced. It is now possible to filter on all available resource attributes, to follow resource relationships and apply lookups to the filters (see docs for details)

  • ResourceManager class has been refactored:

    • manager_class attribute on the Resource class can now be used to assign a separate ResourceManager to a resource, that allows outsourcing a resource specific functionality to a separate manager class (see WikiPageManager as an example)

    • Backwards Incompatible: request() method has been removed

    • _construct_*_url(), _prepare_*_request(), _process_*_response() methods have been added for create, update and delete methods to allow a fine-grained control over these operations

  • Ability to upload file-like objects (Issue #186) (thanks to hjpotter92)

  • Support for retrieving project’s time entry activities (see docs for details)

  • Attachment update() operation support (requires Redmine >= 3.4.0)

  • now accepts **attrs that need to be changed/set and returns self instead of a boolean True, which makes it chainable, so you can now do something like'foo', description='bar').export('txt', '/home/foo')

  • get operation support for News, Query, Enumeration, IssueStatus, Tracker, CustomField, ContactTag, DealStatus, DealCategory and CRMQuery resources

  • include param in get, all and filter operations now accepts lists and tuples instead of comma-separated string which is still accepted for backward compatibility reasons, i.e. one can use include=['foo', 'bar'] instead of include='foo,bar'

  • It is now possible to use None and 0 in addition to '' in assigned_to_id attribute in Issue resource if an assignee needs to be removed from an issue


  • Backwards Incompatible: Issue all operation now really returns all issues, i.e. both open and closed, instead of only returning open issues in previous versions due to the respect to Redmine’s standard behaviour

  • Backwards Incompatible: Instead of only returning a token string, upload() method was modified to return a dict that contains all the data for an upload returned from Redmine, i.e. id and token for Redmine >= 3.4.0, token only for Redmine < 3.4.0. Also it is now possible to use this token and pass it using a token key instead of the path key with path to the file in uploads parameter when doing an upload, this gives more control over the uploading process if needed

  • Backwards Incompatible: Removed resource_paths argument from Redmine object since ResourceManager now uses a special resource registry, to which, all resources that inherit from any Python-Redmine resource are being automatically added

  • Backwards Incompatible: Removed container_many in favor of container_filter, container_create and container_update attributes on Resource object to allow more fine-grained resource setup

  • Backwards Incompatible: return_raw parameter on engine.request() and engine.process_response() methods has been removed in favor of return_raw_response attribute on engine object

  • Updated bundled requests library to v2.15.1


  • Support 204 status code when deleting a resource (Issue #189) (thanks to dotSlashLu)

  • Raise ValidationError instead of not helpful TypeError exception when trying to create a WikiPage resource that already exists (Issue #182)

  • Enumeration, Version, Group and Notes custom_fields attribute was returned as a list of dicts instead of being converted to ResourceSet object

  • Downloads were downloaded fully into memory instead of being streamed as needed

  • ResourceRequirementsError exception was broken since v2.0.0

  • Pro Edition: RedmineUP CRM Contact and Deal resources export functionality didn’t work

  • Pro Edition: RedmineUP CRM Contact and Deal resources sometimes weren’t converted to Resource objects using Search API


  • Mentioned support for generate_password and send_information in User’s resource create/update methods, status in User’s resource update method, parent_id in Issue’s filter method and include in Issue’s all method

2.0.2 (2017-04-19)


  • Filter doesn’t work when there are > 100 resources requested (Issue #175) (thanks to niwatolli3)

2.0.1 (2017-04-10)

  • Fix PyPI package

2.0.0 (2017-04-10)

This version brings a lot of new features and changes, some of them are backward-incompatible, so please look carefully at the changelog below to find out what needs to be changed in your code to make it work with this version. Also Python-Redmine now comes in 2 editions: Standard and Pro, please have a look at this document for more details. Documentation was also significantly rewritten, so it is recommended to reread it even if you are an experienced Python-Redmine user.

New Features:

  • Pro Edition: RedmineUP Checklist plugin support

  • Request Engines support. It is now possible to create engines to define how requests to Redmine are made, e.g. synchronous (one by one) or asynchronous using threads or processes etc

  • redmine.session() context manager which allows to temporary redefine engine’s behaviour

  • Search API support (Issue #138)

  • Export functionality (Issue #58)

  • REDMINE_USE_EXTERNAL_REQUESTS environmental variable for emergency cases which allows to use external requests instead of bundled one even if external requests version is lower than the bundled one

  • Wrong HTTP protocol usage detector, e.g. one use HTTP when HTTPS should be used


  • ResourceSet objects were completely rewritten:

    • ResourceSet object that was already sliced now supports reslicing

    • ResourceSet object’s delete(), update(), filter() and get() methods have been optimized for speed

    • ResourceSet object’s delete() and update() methods now call the corresponding Resource’s pre_*() and post_*() methods

    • ResourceSet object’s get() and filter() methods now supports non-integer id’s, e.g. WikiPage’s title can now be used with it

    • Backwards Incompatible: ValuesResourceSet class has been removed

    • Backwards Incompatible: ResourceSet.values() method now returns an iterable of dicts instead of ValuesResourceSet object

    • ResourceSet.values_list() method has been added which returns an iterable of tuples with Resource values or single values if flattened, i.e. flat=True

  • New Resource object methods:

    • delete() deletes current resource from Redmine

    • pre_delete() and post_delete() can be used to execute tasks that should be done before/after deleting the resource through delete() method

    • bulk_decode(), bulk_encode(), decode() and encode() which are used to translate attributes of the resource to/from Python/Redmine

  • Attachment delete() method support (requires Redmine >= 3.3.0)

  • Pro Edition: RedmineUP CRM Note resource now provides type attribute which shows text representation of type_id

  • Pro Edition: RedmineUP CRM DealStatus resource now provides status attribute which shows text representation of status_type

  • WikiPage resource now provides project_id attribute

  • Unicode handling was significantly rewritten and shouldn’t cause any more troubles

  • UnknownError exception now contains status_code attribute which can be used to handle the exception instead of parsing code from exception’s text

  • Sync engine’s speed improved to 8-12% depending on the amount of resources fetched


  • Backwards Incompatible: Renamed package name from redmine to redminelib

  • Resource class attributes that were previously tuples are now lists

  • Backwards Incompatible: _Resource class renamed to Resource

  • Backwards Incompatible: Redmine.custom_resource_paths keyword argument renamed to resource_paths

  • Backwards Incompatible: method now returns a requests.Response object directly instead of iter_content() method if a savepath param wasn’t provided, this gives user even more control over response data

  • Backwards Incompatible: Resource.refresh() now really refreshes itself instead of returning a new refreshed resource, to get the previous behaviour use itself param, e.g. Resource.refresh(itself=False)

  • Backwards Incompatible: Removed Python 3.2 support

  • Backwards Incompatible: Removed container_filter, container_create and container_update attributes on Resource object in favor of container_many attribute

  • Backwards Incompatible: Removed Resource.translate_params() and ResourceManager.prepare_params() in favor of Resource.bulk_decode()

  • Backwards Incompatible: Removed is_unicode(), is_string() and to_string() from redminelib.utilities

  • Updated bundled requests library to v2.13.0


  • Infinite loop when uploading zero-length files (Issue #152)

  • Unsupported Redmine resource error while trying to use Python-Redmine without installation (Issue #156)

  • It was impossible to set data, params and headers via requests keyword argument on Redmine object

  • Calling str() or repr() on a Resource was giving incorrect results if exception raising was turned off for a resource


1.5.1 (2016-03-27)

  • Changed: Updated bundled requests package to 2.9.1

  • Changed: Issue #124 (project.url now uses identifier rather than id to generate url for the project resource)

  • Fixed: Issue #122 (ValidationError for empty custom field values was possible under some circumstances with Redmine < 2.5.0)

  • Fixed: Issue #112 (UnicodeEncodeError on Python 2 if resource_id was of unicode type) (thanks to Digenis)

1.5.0 (2015-11-26)

  • Added: Documented support for new fields and values in User, Issue and IssueRelation resources

  • Added: Issue #109 (Smart imports for vendored packages (see docs for details)

  • Added: Issue #115 (File upload support for WikiPage resource)

1.4.0 (2015-10-18)

  • Added: Requests is now embedded into Python-Redmine

  • Added: Python-Redmine is now embeddable to other libraries

  • Fixed: Previous release was broken on PyPI

1.3.0 (2015-10-18)

  • Added: Issue #108 (Tests are now built-in into source package distributed via PyPI)

1.2.0 (2015-07-09)

  • Added: wheel support

  • Added: Issue #93 (JSONDecodeError exception now contains a response attribute which can be inspected to identify the cause of the exception)

  • Added: Issue #98 (Support for setting WikiPage resource parent title and converting parent attribute to Resource object instead of being a dict)

1.1.2 (2015-05-20)

  • Fixed: Issue #90 (Python-Redmine fails to install on systems with LC_ALL=C) (thanks to spikergit1)

1.1.1 (2015-03-26)

  • Fixed: Issue #85 (Python-Redmine was trying to convert field to date/datetime even when it shouldn’t, i.e. if a field looked like YYYY-MM-DD but wasn’t actually a date/datetime field, e.g. wiki page title or issue subject)

1.1.0 (2015-02-20)

  • Added: PyPy2/3 is now officially supported

  • Added: Introduced enabled_modules on demand include in Project resource

  • Fixed: Issue #78 (Redmine <2.5.2 returns only single tracker instead of a list of all available trackers when requested from a CustomField resource which caused an Exception in Python-Redmine, see this for details)

  • Fixed: Issue #80 (If a project is read-only or doesn’t have CRM plugin enabled, an attempt to add/remove Contact resource to/from it will lead to improper error message)

  • Fixed: Issue #81 (Contact’s resource tag_list attribute was always splitted into single chars) (thanks to Alexander Loechel)

1.0.3 (2015-02-03)

  • Fixed: Issue #72 (If an exception is raised during JSON decoding process, it should be catched and reraised as Python-Redmine’s own exception, i.e redmine.exceptions.JSONDecodeError)

  • Fixed: Issue #76 (It was impossible to retrieve more than 100 resources for resources which don’t support limit/offset natively by Redmine, i.e. this functionality is emulated by Python-Redmine, e.g. WikiPage, Groups, Roles etc)

1.0.2 (2014-11-13)

  • Fixed: Issue #55 (TypeError was raised during processing validation errors from Redmine when one of the errors was returned as a list)

  • Fixed: Issue #59 (Raise ForbiddenError when a 403 is encountered) (thanks to Rick Harris)

  • Fixed: Issue #64 (Redmine and Resource classes weren’t picklable) (thanks to Rick Harris)

  • Fixed: A ResourceSet object with a limit=100, actually returned 125 Resource objects

1.0.1 (2014-09-23)

  • Fixed: Issue #50 (IssueJournal’s notes attribute was converted to Note resource by mistake, bug was introduced in v1.0.0)

1.0.0 (2014-09-22)

  • Added: Support for the CRM plugin resources:

  • Added: Introduced new relations for the following resource objects:

    • Project - time_entries, deals, contacts and deal_categories relations

    • User - issues, time_entries, deals and contacts relations

    • Tracker - issues relation

    • IssueStatus - issues relation

  • Added: Introduced a values() method in a ResourceSet which returns ValuesResourceSet - a ResourceSet subclass that returns dictionaries when used as an iterable, rather than resource-instance objects (see docs for details)

  • Added: Introduced update() and delete() methods in a ResourceSet object which allow to bulk update or bulk delete all resources in a ResourceSet object (see docs for details)

  • Fixed: It was impossible to use ResourceSet’s get() and filter() methods with WikiPage resource

  • Fixed: Several small fixes and enhancements here and there

0.9.0 (2014-09-11)

  • Added: Introduced support for file downloads (see docs for details)

  • Added: Introduced new _Resource.requirements class attribute where all Redmine plugins required by resource should be listed (preparations to support non-native resources)

  • Added: New exceptions:

    • ResourceRequirementsError

  • Fixed: It was impossible to set a custom field of date/datetime type using date/datetime Python objects

  • Fixed: Issue #46 (A UnicodeEncodeError was raised in Python 2.x while trying to access a url property of a WikiPage resource if it contained non-ascii characters)

0.8.4 (2014-08-08)

  • Added: Support for anonymous Attachment resource (i.e. attachment with id attr only)

  • Fixed: Issue #42 (It was impossible to create a Project resource via new() method)

0.8.3 (2014-08-01)

  • Fixed: Issue #39 (It was impossible to save custom_fields in User resource via new() method)

0.8.2 (2014-05-27)

  • Added: ResourceSet’s get() method now supports a default keyword argument which is returned when a requested Resource can’t be found in a ResourceSet and defaults to None, previously this was hardcoded to None

  • Added: It is now possible to use getattr() with default value without raising a ResourceAttrError when calling non-existent resource attribute, see Issue #30 for details (thanks to hsum)

  • Fixed: Issue #31 (Unlimited recursion was possible in some situations when on demand includes were used)

0.8.1 (2014-04-02)

  • Added: New exceptions:

    • RequestEntityTooLargeError

    • UnknownError

  • Fixed: Issue #27 (Project and Issue resources parent attribute was returned as a dict instead of being converted to Resource object)

0.8.0 (2014-03-27)

  • Added: Introduced the detection of conflicting packages, i.e. if a conflicting package is found (PyRedmineWS at this time is the only one), the installation procedure will be aborted and a warning message will be shown with the detailed description of the problem

  • Added: Introduced new _Resource._members class attribute where all instance attributes which are not started with underscore should be listed. This will resolve recursion issues in custom resources because of how __setattr__() works in Python

  • Changed: _Resource.attributes renamed to _Resource._attributes

  • Fixed: Python-Redmine was unable to upload any binary files

  • Fixed: Issue #20 (Lowered Requests version requirements. Python-Redmine now requires Requests starting from 0.12.1 instead of 2.1.0 in previous versions)

  • Fixed: Issue #23 (File uploads via update() method didn’t work)

0.7.2 (2014-03-17)

  • Fixed: Issue #19 (Resources obtained via filter() and all() methods have incomplete url attribute)

  • Fixed: Redmine server url with forward slash could cause errors in rare cases

  • Fixed: Python-Redmine was incorrectly raising ResourceAttrError when trying to call repr() on a News resource

0.7.1 (2014-03-14)

  • Fixed: Issue #16 (When a resource was created via a new() method, the next resource created after that inherited all the attribute values of the previous resource)

0.7.0 (2014-03-12)

  • Added: WikiPage resource now automatically requests all of its available attributes from Redmine in case if some of them are not available in an existent resource object

  • Added: Support for setting date/datetime resource attributes using date/datetime Python objects

  • Added: Support for using date/datetime Python objects in all ResourceManager methods, i.e. new(), create(), update(), delete(), get(), all(), filter()

  • Fixed: Issue #14 (Python-Redmine was incorrectly raising ResourceAttrError when trying to call repr(), str() and int() on resources, created via new() method)

0.6.2 (2014-03-09)

  • Fixed: Project resource status attribute was converted to IssueStatus resource by mistake

0.6.1 (2014-02-27)

  • Fixed: Issue #10 (Python Redmine was incorrectly raising ResourceAttrError while creating some resources via new() method)

0.6.0 (2014-02-19)

  • Added: Redmine.auth() shortcut for the case if we just want to check if user provided valid auth credentials, can be used for user authentication on external resource based on Redmine user database (see docs for details)

  • Fixed: JSONDecodeError was raised in some Redmine versions during some create/update operations (thanks to 0x55aa)

  • Fixed: User resource status attribute was converted to IssueStatus resource by mistake

0.5.0 (2014-02-09)

  • Added: An ability to create custom resources which allow to easily redefine the behaviour of existing resources (see docs for details)

  • Added: An ability to add/remove watcher to/from issue (see docs for details)

  • Added: An ability to add/remove users to/from group (see docs for details)

0.4.0 (2014-02-08)

  • Added: New exceptions:

    • ConflictError

    • ReadonlyAttrError

    • ResultSetTotalCountError

    • CustomFieldValueError

  • Added: Update functionality via update() and save() methods for resources (see docs for details):

    • User

    • Group

    • IssueCategory

    • Version

    • TimeEntry

    • ProjectMembership

    • WikiPage

    • Project

    • Issue

  • Added: Limit/offset support via all() and filter() methods for resources that doesn’t support that feature via Redmine:

    • IssueRelation

    • Version

    • WikiPage

    • IssueStatus

    • Tracker

    • Enumeration

    • IssueCategory

    • Role

    • Group

    • CustomField

  • Added: On demand includes, e.g. in addition to, include='users') users for a group can also be retrieved on demand via group.users if include wasn’t set (see docs for details)

  • Added: total_count attribute to ResourceSet object which holds the total number of resources for the current resource type available in Redmine (thanks to Andrei Avram)

  • Added: An ability to return None instead of raising a ResourceAttrError for all or selected resource objects via raise_attr_exception kwarg on Redmine object (see docs for details or Issue #6)

  • Added: pre_create(), post_create(), pre_update(), post_update() resource object methods which can be used to execute tasks that should be done before/after creating/updating the resource through save() method

  • Added: Allow to create resources in alternative way via new() method (see docs for details)

  • Added: Allow daterange TimeEntry resource filtering via from_date and to_date keyword arguments (thanks to Antoni Aloy)

  • Added: An ability to retrieve Issue version via version attribute in addition to fixed_version to be more obvious

  • Changed: Documentation for resources rewritten from scratch to be more understandable

  • Fixed: Saving custom fields to Redmine didn’t work in some situations

  • Fixed: Issue’s fixed_version attribute was retrieved as dict instead of Version resource object

  • Fixed: Resource relations were requested from Redmine every time instead of caching the result after first request

  • Fixed: Issue #2 (limit/offset as keyword arguments were broken)

  • Fixed: Issue #5 (Version resource status attribute was converted to IssueStatus resource by mistake) (thanks to Andrei Avram)

  • Fixed: A lot of small fixes, enhancements and refactoring here and there

0.3.1 (2014-01-23)

  • Added: An ability to pass Requests parameters as a dictionary via requests keyword argument on Redmine initialization, i.e. Redmine(’http://redmine.url’, requests={}).

  • Fixed: Issue #1 (unable to connect to Redmine server with invalid ssl certificate).

0.3.0 (2014-01-18)

  • Added: Delete functionality via delete() method for resources (see docs for details):

    • User

    • Group

    • IssueCategory

    • Version

    • TimeEntry

    • IssueRelation

    • ProjectMembership

    • WikiPage

    • Project

    • Issue

  • Changed: ResourceManager get() method now raises a ValidationError exception if required keyword arguments aren’t passed

0.2.0 (2014-01-16)

  • Added: New exceptions:

    • ServerError

    • NoFileError

    • ValidationError

    • VersionMismatchError

    • ResourceNoFieldsProvidedError

    • ResourceNotFoundError

  • Added: Create functionality via create() method for resources (see docs for details):

    • User

    • Group

    • IssueCategory

    • Version

    • TimeEntry

    • IssueRelation

    • ProjectMembership

    • WikiPage

    • Project

    • Issue

  • Added: File upload support, see upload() method in Redmine class

  • Added: Integer representation to all resources, i.e. __int__()

  • Added: Informal string representation to all resources, i.e. __str__()

  • Changed: Renamed version attribute to redmine_version in all resources to avoid name intersections

  • Changed: ResourceManager get() method now raises a ResourceNotFoundError exception if resource wasn’t found instead of returning None in previous versions

  • Changed: reimplemented fix for __repr__() from 0.1.1

  • Fixed: Conversion of issue priorities to enumeration resource object didn’t work

0.1.1 (2014-01-10)

  • Added: Python 2.6 support

  • Changed: WikiPage resource refresh() method now automatically determines its project_id

  • Fixed: Resource representation, i.e. __repr__(), was broken in Python 2.7

  • Fixed: dir() call on a resource object didn’t work in Python 3.2

0.1.0 (2014-01-09)

  • Initial release

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