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Python World of Warcraft Armory API

Project description

Change history

Changelog

0.5 (09-13-10)

  • Initial release

0.6 (09-13-10)

  • Added doctest

0.7 (09-13-10)

  • More detailed doctest (also used as readme)

0.8 (09-16-10)

  • Fixed a typo in the doctest
  • Modified to fetch en_GB XML if Plone language is “en”, if “de” -> de_DE XML, for better i18n (getCharacter(self, raiderName, raiderServer, raiderZone) -> getCharacter(self, raiderName, raiderServer, raiderZone, language))

Detailed Documentation

Introduction

The armory-API is a modified version of the armorypy @ http://code.google.com/p/armorypy/.

The additional info you can get from it:

  • Primary & secondary spec with name and icon (to build a icon link with wowhead or wow-europe)
  • Major and minor glyphs for the active spec with name, type and effect
  • 2v2, 3v3 and 5v5 arenateams with name, rating and ranking
  • Secondary professions (cooking, fishing etc.) with name and value
  • Prefix titles, such as Private, Twilight Vanquisher etc.

Usage

To use the API, just do an import like this

>>> from armory_api import Armory

Mock Armory.getCharacter

Returns a dictionary similar to the dictionary we would get from the API, so that this test can be used while offline

>>> from test_armory import mocked_getCharacter

Mocking the function

>>> Armory.getCharacter = mocked_getCharacter

First create an instance of the Armory object

>>> armory = Armory()

To get the character info, use getCharacter(name, realm, zone, language) currently only “de” and “en” are supported

>>> raider = armory.getCharacter("Kutschurft","Azshara","EU", "en")

Now you can get the info with get(<key>)

>>> name = raider.get("name")
>>> name == "Kutschurft"
True

>>> server = raider.get("server")
>>> server == "Azshara"
True

>>> zone = raider.get("zone")
>>> zone == "EU"
True

Contributors

Marc Goetz, Author

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