Python access to Rebrickable API.
The rebrick library provides a collection of utilities to retrieve various data from Rebrickable.com bricks repository. It can be used either as a simple tool, which reads requested data and converts them into easy-access custom classes or by using the API directly to allow handling the HTTPResponse in whatever way you want.
Please see the examples folder or in-code documentation of classes and functions to learn more about the rebrick library capabilities as well as the original documentation of the Rebrickable API.
import rebrick # init Rebrick tool rb = rebrick.Rebrick("your_API_KEY_here", "your_USER_TOKEN_here", silent=True) # get set info data = rb.get_set(6608) print(data) # if user token is not provided on init you can get it later to access user data rb.login("your_username_here", "your_password_here") # get user partlists data = rb.get_users_partlists() print(data)
import rebrick import json # init rebrick module for general reading rebrick.init("your_API_KEY_here") # get set info response = rebrick.lego.get_set(6608) print(json.loads(response.read())) # init rebrick module including user reading rebrick.init("your_API_KEY_here", "your_USER_TOKEN_here") # if you don't know the user token you can use your login credentials rebrick.init("your_API_KEY_here", "your_username_here", "your_password_here") # get user partlists response = rebrick.users.get_partlists() print(json.loads(response.read()))
The rebrick library is fully implemented in Python. No additional compiler is necessary. After downloading the source code just run the following command from the rebrick folder:
$ python setup.py install
or simply by using pip
$ pip install rebrick
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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