Changelog

Unreleased

  • Add Organization#all_events.
  • Deprecate Organization#events in favor of Organization#public_events.
  • Fix test failtures on windows caused by unclosed file handles.
  • Add Tag.tagger_as_User which attempts to return the tagger as as User.
  • Add Repo.statuses and a corresponding repo.status.CombinedStatus to get a combined view of commit statuses for a given ref.

1.0.0a4: 2016-02-19

Features Added (since 1.0.0a3)

  • Add support for the Issue locking API currently in Preview Mode

Bugs Fixed (since 1.0.0a3)

  • Fix the dependencies and requirements. In 1.0.0a3 we moved to using the setup.cfg file to define optional dependencies for wheels. By doing so we accidentally left out our actual hard dependencies.

1.0.0a3: 2016-02-11

Breaking Changes (since 1.0.0a2)

  • Move Users#add_email_addresses to GitHub#add_email_addresses.
  • Move Users#delete_email_addresses to GitHub#delete_email_addresses.
  • Remove Users#add_email_address and Users#delete_email_address.
  • Remove Repository#update_label.

Features Added (since 1.0.0a2)

  • Support filtering organization members by whether they have 2FA enabled.
  • Support filtering organization and team members by role.
  • Add GitHub#all_organizations.
  • Add PullRequest#create_comment.
  • Add Repository#release_by_tag_name to retrieve a Release from a Repository by its associated tag name.
  • Add Repository#latest_release to retrieve the latest Release for a Repository.
  • Add GitHub#license to retrieve a github3.license.License by the license name.
  • Add GitHub#licenses to iterate over all the licenses returned by GitHub’s Licenses API.
  • Add protection information to github3.repos.branch.Branch.
  • Add Branch#protect and Branch#unprotect to support updating a Branch’s protection status.
  • Vastly improved GitHub Enterprise support:
    • Add User#rename to rename a user in a GitHub Enterprise installation.
    • Add GitHub#create_user to create a user.
    • Add User#impersonate to create an impersonation token by an admin for a particular user.
    • Add User#revoke_impersonation to revoke all impersonation tokens for a user.
    • Add User#promote to promote a particular user to a site administrator.
    • Add User#demote to demote a site administrator to a simple user.
    • Add User#suspend to suspend a user’s account.
    • Add User#unsuspend to reinstate a user’s account.
  • Add original_content attribute to a GistFile
  • Add GistFile#content to retrieve the contents of a file in a gist from the API.
  • Add support for the alpha bulk issue import API

Bugs Fixed (since 1.0.0a2)

  • The context parameter to Repository#create_status now properly defaults to "default".
  • Fix AttributeError when IssueEvent has assignee.
  • Correctly set the message attribute on RepoCommit instances.
  • Include browser_download_url on Asset instances.
  • (Packaging related) Fix setup.py to use proper values for certain parameters.
  • Fix ValueError for Repository#create_file.

1.0.0a2: 2015-07-14

Breaking Changes (since 1.0.0a1)

  • When you download a release asset, instead of returning True or False, it will return the name of the file in which it saved the asset.
  • The download method on github3.pulls.PullFile instances has been removed.
  • The contents method on github3.pulls.PullFile instances now return instances of github3.repos.contents.Contents.
  • Replace Repository#comments_on_commit with RepoCommit#comments.

Features Added (since 1.0.0a1)

  • You can now download a file in a pull request to a file on disk.
  • You can retrieve the contents of the file in a pull request as bytes.
  • Add id attribute to github3.repos.milestone.Milestone.
  • Add support for sort, direction, and since parameters to the comments method on github3.issues.Issue.
  • Add branch argument to update and delete methods on github3.repos.contents.Contents.
  • Add permissions attribute to github3.repos.repo.Repository object to retrieve the permissions for a specific repository.
  • Allow a deployment to be retrieved by its id.
  • Add the delete method to the github3.repos.release.Asset class.

Bugs Fixed (since 1.0.0a1)

  • Pull request files can now be downloaded even when the repository is private.
  • Fix exception when merging a pull request with an empty commit message.
  • Add missing Issue events.
  • Coerce review comment positions to integers.

1.0.0a1: 2014-12-07

1.0.0 is a huge release. It includes a great deal of changes to github3.py. It is suggested you read the following release notes very carefully.

Breaking Changes

  • Organization#add_member has been changed. The second parameter has been changed to team_id and now expects an integer.
  • Organization#add_repository has been changed. The second parameter has been changed to team_id and now expects an integer.
  • All methods and functions starting with iter_ have been renamed.
Old name New name
github3.iter_all_repos github3.all_repositories
github3.iter_all_users github3.all_users
github3.iter_events github3.all_events
github3.iter_followers github3.followers_of
github3.iter_following github3.followed_by
github3.iter_repo_issues github3.issues_on
github3.iter_orgs github3.organizations_with
github3.iter_user_repos github3.repositories_by
github3.iter_starred github3.starred_by
github3.iter_subscriptions github3.subscriptions_for
Deployment#iter_statuses Deployment#statuses
Gist#iter_comments Gist#comments
Gist#iter_commits Gist#commits
Gist#iter_files Gist#files
Gist#iter_forks Gist#forks
GitHub#iter_all_repos GitHub#all_repositories
GitHub#iter_all_users GitHub#all_users
GitHub#iter_authorizations GitHub#authorizations
GitHub#iter_emails GitHub#emails
GitHub#iter_events GitHub#events
GitHub#iter_followers GitHub#{followers,followers_of}
GitHub#iter_following GitHub#{following,followed_by}
GitHub#iter_gists GitHub#{gists,gists_by,public_gists}
GitHub#iter_notifications GitHub#notifications
GitHub#iter_org_issues GitHub#organization_issues
GitHub#iter_issues GitHub#issues
GitHub#iter_user_issues GitHub#user_issues
GitHub#iter_repo_issues GitHub#issues_on
GitHub#iter_keys GitHub#keys
GitHub#iter_orgs GitHub#{organizations,organizations_with}
GitHub#iter_repos GitHub#reposistories
GitHub#iter_user_repos GitHub#repositories_by
GitHub#iter_user_teams GitHub#user_teams
Issue#iter_comments Issue#comments
Issue#iter_events Issue#events
Issue#iter_labels Issue#labels
Milestone#iter_labels Milestone#labels
Organization#iter_members Organization#members
Organization#iter_public_members Organization#public_members
Organization#iter_repos Organization#repositories
Organization#iter_teams Organization#teams
PullRequest#iter_comments PullRequest#review_comments
PullRequest#iter_commits PullRequest#commits
PullRequest#iter_files PullRequest#files
PullRequest#iter_issue_comments PullRequest#issue_comments
Team#iter_members Team#members
Team#iter_repos Team#repositories
Repository#iter_assignees Repository#assignees
Repository#iter_branches Repository#branches
Repository#iter_code_frequency Repository#code_frequency
Repository#iter_collaborators Repository#collaborators
Repository#iter_comments Repository#comments
Repository#iter_comments_on_commit RepoCommit#comments
Repository#iter_commit_activity Repository#commit_activity
Repository#iter_commits Repository#commits
Repository#iter_contributor_statistics Repository#contributor_statistics
Repository#iter_contributors Repository#contributors
Repository#iter_forks Repository#forks
Repository#iter_hooks Repository#hooks
Repository#iter_issues Repository#issues
Repository#iter_issue_events Repository#issue_events
Repository#iter_keys Repository#keys
Repository#iter_labels Repository#labels
Repository#iter_languages Repository#languages
Repository#iter_milestones Repository#milestones
Repository#iter_network_events Repository#network_events
Repository#iter_notifications Repository#notifications
Repository#iter_pages_builds Repository#pages_builds
Repository#iter_pulls Repository#pull_requests
Repository#iter_refs Repository#refs
Repository#iter_releases Repository#releases
Repository#iter_stargazers Repository#stargazers
Repository#iter_subscribers Repository#subscribers
Repository#iter_statuses Repository#statuses
Repository#iter_tags Repository#tags
Repository#iter_teams Repository#teams
Repository#iter_teams Repository#teams
User#iter_events User#events
User#iter_followers User#followers
User#iter_following User#following
User#iter_keys User#keys
User#iter_org_events User#organization_events
User#iter_received_events User#received_events
User#iter_orgs User#organizations
User#iter_starred User#starred_repositories
User#iter_subscriptions User#subscriptions
  • github3.login has been simplified and split into two functions:
    • github3.login serves the majority use case and only provides an authenticated GitHub object.
    • github3.enterprise_login allows GitHub Enterprise users to log into their service.
  • GitHub#iter_followers was split into two functions:
    • GitHub#followers_of which iterates over all of the followers of a user whose username you provide
    • GitHub#followers which iterates over all of the followers of the authenticated user
  • GitHub#iter_following was split into two functions:
    • GitHub#followed_by which iterates over all of the users followed by the username you provide
    • GitHub#following which iterates over all of the users followed by the authenticated user
  • GitHub#iter_gists was split into three functions:
    • GitHub#public_gists which iterates over all of the public gists on GitHub
    • GitHub#gists_for which iterates over all the public gists of a specific user
    • GitHub#gists which iterates over the authenticated users gists
  • GitHub#iter_orgs was split into two functions:
    • GitHub#organizations which iterates over the authenticated user’s organization memberships
    • GitHub#organizations_with which iterates over the given user’s organization memberships
  • GitHub#iter_subscriptions was split into two functions:
    • GitHub#subscriptions_for which iterates over an arbitrary user’s subscriptions
    • GitHub#subscriptions which iterates over the authenticated user’s subscriptions
  • GitHub#iter_starred was split into two functions:
    • GitHub#starred_by which iterates over an arbitrary user’s stars
    • GitHub#starred which iterates over the authenticated user’s stars
  • GitHub#user was split into two functions:
    • GitHub#user which retrieves an arbitrary user’s information
    • GitHub#me which retrieves the authenticated user’s information
  • GitHub#update_user has been renamed to GitHub#update_me and only uses 1 API call now. It was renamed to reflect the addition of GitHub#me.
  • The legacy watching API has been removed:
    • GitHub#subscribe
    • GitHub#unsubscribe
    • GitHub#is_subscribed
  • GitHub#create_repo was renamed to GitHub#create_repository
  • GitHub#delete_key was removed. To delete a key retrieve it with GitHub#key and then call Key#delete.
  • Repository#set_subscription was split into two simpler functions
    • Repository#subscribe subscribes the authenticated user to the repository’s notifications
    • Repository#ignore ignores notifications from the repository for the authenticated user
  • Repository#contents was split into two simpler functions
    • Repository#file_contents returns the contents of a file object
    • Repository#directory_contents returns the contents of files in a directory.
  • Organization#add_repo and Team#add_repo have been renamed to Organization#add_repository and Team#add_repository respectively.
  • Organization#create_repo has been renamed to Organization#create_repository. It no longer accepts has_downloads. It now accepts license_template.
  • Organization#remove_repo has been renamed to Organization#remove_repository. It now accepts team_id instead of team.
  • github3.ratelimit_remaining was removed
  • GitHub instances can no longer be used as context managers
  • The pull request API has changed.
    • The links attribute now contains the raw _links attribute from the API.
    • The merge_commit_sha attribute has been removed since it was deprecated in the GitHub API.
    • To present a more consistent universal API, certain attributes have been renamed.
Old name New attribute name
PullFile.additions additions_count
PullFile.deletions deletions_count
PullFile.changes changes_count
PullRequest.additions additions_count
PullRequest.comments comments_count
PullRequest.commits commits_count
PullRequest.deletions deletions_count
PullRequest.review_comments review_comments_count
  • The Gist API has changed.

    • The forks and files attributes that used to keep count of the number of forks and files have been removed.
    • The comments attribute which provided the number of comments on a gist, has been renamed to comments_count.
    • The is_public method has been removed since it just returned the Gist.public attribute.
  • Most instances of login as a parameter have been changed to username for clarity and consistency. This affects the following methods:

    • github3.authorize
    • github3.repositories_by
    • github3.user
    • GitHub
    • GitHub#authorize
    • GitHub#follow
    • GitHub#is_following
    • GitHub#is_starred
    • GitHub#issue
    • GitHub#followers_of
    • GitHub#followed_by
    • GitHub#gists_by
    • GitHub#issues_on
    • GitHub#organizations_with
    • GitHub#starred_by
    • GitHub#subscriptions_for
    • GitHub#user
    • GitHubEnterprise
    • Issue#assign
    • Organization#add_member
    • Organization#is_member
    • Organization#is_public_member
    • Organization#remove_member
    • Repository#add_collaborator
    • Repository#is_assignee
    • Repository#is_collaborator
    • Repository#remove_collaborator
    • Team#add_member
    • Team#is_member
    • User#is_assignee_on
    • User#is_following
  • Repository.stargazers is now Repository.stargazers_count (conforming with the attribute name returned by the API).

  • The Issue API has changed in order to provide a more consistent attribute API. Issue.comments is now Issue.comments_count and returns the number of comments on an issue.

  • The Issue.labels attribute has also been renamed. It is now available from Issue.original_labels. This will provide the user with the list of Label objects that was returned by the API. To retrieve an updated list of labels, the user can now use Issue#labels, e.g.

    i = github3.issue('sigmavirus24', 'github3.py', 30)
    labels = list(i.labels())
    
  • The Organization and User APIs have changed to become more consistent with the rest of the library and GitHub API. The following attribute names have been changed

Old name New attribute name
Organization.followers followers_count
Organization.following following_count
Organization.public_repos public_repos_count
User.followers followers_count
User.following following_count
User.public_repos public_repos_count
  • The Release.assets attribute has been renamed to Release.original_assets. To retrieve up-to-date assets, use the Release#assets method.
  • The Authorization API has changed. The update method has been split into three methods: add_scopes, remove_scopes, replace_scopes. This highlights the fact that Authorization#update used to require more than one request.
  • Event#is_public has been removed. Simply check the event’s public attribute instead.
  • Repository#delete_file and Repository#update_file have been removed. Simply delete or update a file using the Contents API.
  • Content#delete now returns a dictionary that matches the JSON returned by the API. It contains the Contents and the Commit associated with the deletion.
  • Content#update now returns a dictionary that matches the JSON returned by the API. It contains the Contents and the Commit associated with the deletion.
  • Issue.pull_request has been renamed to Issue.pull_request_urls

New Features

  • Most objects now have a session attribute. This is a subclass of a Session object from requests. This can now be used in conjunction with a third-party caching mechanism. The suggested caching library is cachecontrol.

  • All object’s url attribute are now available.

  • You can now retrieve a repository by its id with GitHub#repository_with_id.

  • You can call the pull_request method on an Issue now to retrieve the associated pull request:

    import github3
    
    i = github3.issue('sigmavirus24', 'github3.py', 301)
    pr = i.pull_request()
    

0.9.3: 2014-11-04

  • Backport of PullRequest#create_review_comment by Adrian Moisey
  • Backport of PullRequest#review_comments by Adrian Moisey
  • Backport of a fix that allows authenticated users to download Release Assets. Original bug reported by Eugene Fidelin in issue #288.
  • Documentation typo fix by Marc Abramowitz

0.9.2: 2014-10-05

  • Updates for new team management API changes
    • Add Team#invite, Team#membership_for, and Team#revoke_membership
    • Deprecate Team#add_member, Team#remove_member, and Organization#add_member.
    • Update payload handler for TeamAddEvent.

0.9.1: 2014-08-10

  • Correct Repository attribute fork_count should be forks_count

0.9.0: 2014-05-04

0.8.2: 2014-02-11

  • Fix bug in GitHub#search_users (and github3.search_users). Thanks @abesto
  • Expose the stargazers count for repositories. Thanks @seveas

0.8.1: 2014-01-26

  • Add documentation for using Two Factor Authentication
  • Fix oversight where github3.login could not be used for 2FA

0.8.0: 2014-01-03

  • Breaking Change Remove legacy search API

    I realize this should have been scheduled for 1.0 but I was a bit eager to remove this.

  • Use Betamax to start recording integration tests

  • Add support for Releases API

  • Add support for Feeds API

  • Add support for Two-Factor Authentication via the API

  • Add support for New Search API

    • Add github3.search_code, github3.search_issues, github3.search_repositories, github3.search_users
    • Add GitHub#search_code, GitHub#search_issues, GitHub#search_repositories, GitHub#search_users
  • Switch to requests >= 2.0

  • Totally remove all references to the Downloads API

  • Fix bug in Repository#update_file where branch was not being sent to the API. Thanks @tpetr!

  • Add GitHub#rate_limit to return all of the information from the /rate_limit endpoint.

  • Catch missing attributes – diff_hunk, original_commit_id – on ReviewComment.

  • Add support for the Emojis endpoint

  • Note deprecation of a few object attributes

  • Add support for the ReleaseEvent

  • Add GitHub#iter_user_teams to return all of the teams the authenticated user belongs to

0.7.1: 2013-09-30

  • Add dependency on uritemplate.py to add URITemplates to different classes. See the documentation for attributes which are templates.
  • Fixed issue trying to parse html_url on Pull Requests courtesy of @rogerhu.
  • Remove expecter as a test dependency courtesy of @esacteksab.
  • Fixed issue #141 trying to find an Event that doesn’t exist.

0.7.0: 2013-05-19

  • Fix Issue.close, Issue.reopen, and Issue.assign. (Issue #106)

  • Add check_authorization to the GitHub class to cover the new part of the API.

  • Add create_file, update_file, delete_file, iter_contributor_statistics, iter_commit_activity, iter_code_frequency and weekly_commit_count to the Repository object.

  • Add update and delete methods to the Contents object.

  • Add is_following to the User object.

  • Add head, base parameters to Repository.iter_pulls.

  • The signature of Hook.edit has changed since that endpoint has changed as well. See: github/developer.github.com@b95f291a47954154a6a8cd7c2296cdda9b610164

  • github3.GitHub can now be used as a context manager, e.g.,

    with github.GitHub() as gh:
        u = gh.user('sigmavirus24')
    

0.6.1: 2013-04-06

  • Add equality for labels courtesy of Alejandro Gomez (@alejandrogomez)

0.6.0: 2013-04-05

  • Add sort and order parameters to github3.GitHub.search_users and github3.GitHub.search_repos.
  • Add iter_commits to github3.gists.Gist as a means of re-requesting just the history from GitHub and iterating over it.
  • Add minimal logging (e.g., logging.getLogger('github3'))
  • Re-organize the library a bit. (Split up repos.py, issues.py, gists.py and a few others into sub-modules for my sanity.)
  • Calling refresh(True) on a github3.structs.GitHubIterator actually works as expected now.
  • API iter_ methods now accept the etag argument as the GitHub.iter_ methods do.
  • Make github3.octocat and github3.github.GitHub.octocat both support sending messages to make the Octocat say things. (Think cowsay)
  • Remove vendored dependency of PySO8601.
  • Split GitHub.iter_repos into GitHub.iter_user_repos and GitHub.iter_repos. As a consequence github3.iter_repos is now github3.iter_user_repos
  • IssueComment.update was corrected to match GitHub’s documentation
  • github3.login now accepts an optional url parameter for users of the GitHubEnterprise API, courtesy of Kristian Glass (@doismellburning)
  • Several classes now allow their instances to be compared with == and !=. In most cases this will check the unique id provided by GitHub. In others, it will check SHAs and any other guaranteed immutable and unique attribute. The class doc-strings all have information about this and details about how equivalence is determined.

0.5.3: 2013-03-19

  • Add missing optional parameter to Repository.contents. Thanks @tpetr

0.5.2: 2013-03-02

  • Stop trying to decode the byte strings returned by b64decode. Fixes #72

0.5.1: 2013-02-21

  • Hot fix an issue when a user doesn’t have a real name set

0.5: 2013-02-16

  • 100% (mock) test coverage

  • Add support for the announced meta endpoint.

  • Add support for conditional refreshing, e.g.,

    import github3
    
    u = github3.user('sigmavirus24')
    
    # some time later
    
    u.refresh()  # Will ALWAYS send a GET request and lower your ratelimit
    u.refresh(True)  # Will send the GET with a header such that if nothing
                     # has changed, it will not count against your ratelimit
                     # otherwise you'll get the updated user object.
    
  • Add support for conditional iterables. What this means is that you can do:

    import github3
    
    i = github3.iter_all_repos(10)
    
    for repo in i:
        # do stuff
    
    i = github3.iter_all_repos(10, etag=i.etag)
    

    And the second call will only give you the new repositories since the last request. This mimics behavior in pengwynn/octokit

  • Add support for sortable stars.

  • In github3.users.User, iter_keys now allows you to iterate over any user’s keys. No name is returned for each key. This is the equivalent of visiting: github.com/:user.keys

  • In github3.repos.Repository, pubsubhubbub has been removed. Use github3.github.Github.pubsubhubbub instead

  • In github3.api, iter_repo_issues‘s signature has been corrected.

  • Remove list_{labels, comments, events} methods from github3.issues.Issue

  • Remove list_{comments, commits, files} methods from github3.pulls.PullRequest

  • In github3.gists.Gist:

    • the user attribute was changed by GitHub and is now the owner attribute
    • the public attribute and the is_public method return the same information. The method will be removed in the next version.
    • the is_starred method now requires authentication
    • the default refresh method is no longer over-ridden. In a change made in before, a generic refresh method was added to most objects. This was overridden in the Gist object and would cause otherwise unexpected results.
  • github3.events.Event.is_public() and github3.events.Event.public now return the same information. In the next version, the former will be removed.

  • In github3.issues.Issue

    • add_labels now returns the list of Labels on the issue instead of a boolean.
    • remove_label now retuns a boolean.
    • remove_all_labels and replace_labels now return lists. The former should return an empty list on a successful call. The latter should return a list of github3.issue.Label objects.
  • Now we won’t get spurious GitHubErrors on 404s, only on other expected errors whilst accessing the json in a response. All methods that return an object can now actually return None if it gets a 404 instead of just raising an exception. (Inspired by #49)

  • GitHubStatus API now works.

0.4: 2013-01-16

  • In github3.legacy.LegacyRepo
    • has_{downloads,issues,wiki} are now attributes.
    • is_private() and the private attribute return the same thing is_private() will be deprecated in the next release.
  • In github3.repos.Repository
    • is_fork() is now deprecated in favor of the fork attribute
    • is_private() is now deprecated in favor of the private attribute
  • In github3.repos.Hook
    • is_active() is now deprecated in favor of the active attribute
  • In github3.pulls.PullRequest
    • is_mergeable() is now deprecated in favor of the mergeable attribute
  • In github3.notifications.Thread
    • is_unread() is now deprecated in favor of the unread
  • pubsubhubbub() is now present on the GitHub object and will be removed from the Repository object in the next release
  • 70% test coverage

0.3: 2013-01-01

  • In github3.repos.Repository

    • is_fork() and fork return the same thing
    • is_private() and private return the same thing as well
    • has_downloads, has_issues, has_wiki are now straight attributes
  • In github3.repos.Hook

    • is_active() and active return the same value
  • In github3.pulls.PullRequest

    • is_mergeable() and mergeable are now the same
    • repository now returns a tuple of the login and name of the repository it belongs to
  • In github3.notifications.Thread

    • is_unread() and unread are now the same
  • In github3.gists

    • GistFile.filename and GistFile.name return the same information
    • Gist.history now lists the history of the gist
    • GistHistory is an object representing one commit or version of the history
    • You can retrieve gists at a specific version with GistHistory.get_gist()
  • github3.orgs.Organization.iter_repos now accepts all types

  • list_* methods on Organization objects that were missed are now deleted

  • Some objects now have __str__ methods. You can now do things like:

    import github3
    u = github3.user('sigmavirus24')
    r = github3.repository(u, 'github3.py')
    

    And

    import github3
    
    r = github3.repository('sigmavirus24', 'github3.py')
    
    template = """Some kind of template where you mention this repository
    {0}"""
    
    print(template.format(r))
    # Some kind of template where you mention this repository
    # sigmavirus24/github3.py
    

    Current list of objects with this feature:

    • github3.users.User (uses the login name)
    • github3.users.Key (uses the key text)
    • github3.users.Repository (uses the login/name pair)
    • github3.users.RepoTag (uses the tag name)
    • github3.users.Contents (uses the decoded content)
  • 60% test coverage with mock

  • Upgrade to requests 1.0.x

0.2: 2012-11-21

  • MAJOR API CHANGES:
    • GitHub.iter_subscribed –> GitHub.iter_subscriptions
    • Broken list_* functions in github3.api have been renamed to the correct iter_* methods on GitHub.
    • Removed list_* functions from Repository, Gist, Organization, and User objects
  • Added zen of GitHub method.
  • More tests
  • Changed the way Repository.edit works courtesy of Kristian Glass (@doismellburning)
  • Changed Repository.contents behaviour when acting on a 404.
  • 50% test coverage via mock tests

0.1: 2012-11-13

  • Add API for GitHub Enterprise customers.

0.1b2: 2012-11-10

  • Handle 500 errors better, courtesy of Kristian Glass (@doismellburning)
  • Handle sending json with % symbols better, courtesy of Kristian Glass
  • Correctly handle non-GitHub committers and authors courtesy of Paul Swartz (@paulswartz)
  • Correctly display method signatures in documentation courtesy of (@seveas)

0.1b1: 2012-10-31

  • unit tests implemented using mock instead of hitting the GitHub API (#37)
  • removed list_* functions from GitHub object
  • Notifications API coverage

0.1b0: 2012-10-06

  • Support for the complete GitHub API (accomplished)
    • Now also includes the Statuses API
    • Also covers the auto_init parameters to the Repository creation methodology
    • Limited implementation of iterators in the place of list functions.
  • 98% coverage by unit tests