tinybucket gem

A Ruby client library for Bitbucket REST API v2 with OAuth Authentication.

WARNING This gem is under development.

This gem is inspired by vongrippen/bitbucket. Thanks.

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Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'tinybucket'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install bitbucket

Usage

WARNING These specs will be changed at any time.

NOTE: x mark means Already implemented..

Configure

logger = Logger.new($stdout)
logger.level = Logger::WARN

Tinybucket.configure do |config|
  # Configure logger if you want.
  #
  # optional, default: nil (no logging)
  config.logger = logger

  # Configure cache_store options if you need.
  #
  # see https://github.com/plataformatec/faraday-http-cache
  #
  # optional, default: nil (disable request cache)
  config.cache_store_options = { store: Rails.cache, logger: logger }

  # Configure oauth_token/oauth_secret
  config.oauth_token = 'key'
  config.oauth_secret = 'secret'
end

Pagination

After v1.0.0, tinybucket gem support lazy enumerator !

This feature make your code more rubyish, like this.

# get enumerator to enumerate repositories.
repos = bucket.repos('myname')

# Select repositories which has 2 pull requests to be reviewed.
repos = repos('my_name').select do |repo|
  repo.pull_requests.size > 2
end.map(&:full_name)

This enumerable feature depends on Paging through object collections at Bitbucket Cloud REST API.

NOTE: About size attribute

object collections wrapper has size attribute at Bitbucket Cloud REST API.

The size attribute describe as optional attribute.

In tinybucket gem, collection size depend on side attribute of object collections wrapper in Bitbucket Cloud REST API.

So enumerator's size attribute may return nil.

init

bucket = Tinybucket.new

Endpoints

teams Endpoint

# [x] GET the team profile
team = bucket.team('team name')

# [x] GET the team members
members = team.members

# [x] GET the team followers
followers = team.followers

# [x] GET a list of accounts the team is following
following = team.following

# [x] GET the team's repositories
repos = team.repos

users Endpoint

# [x] GET the user profile
user = bucket.user('user name')

# [x] GET the list of followers
followers = user.followers

# [x] GET a list of accounts the user is following
followings = user.followings

# [x] GET the user's repositories
repos = user.repos

repositories Endpoint

# [x] GET a list of all public repositories
repos = bucket.repos

# [x] GET a list of repositories owned by the account 'someone'
repos  = bucket.repos('someone')
repository Resource
Collection Methods
repos = bucket.repos('myname')

# [ ] POST a new repository
repos.create(params)
Object Methods
# [x] GET a repository
repo = bucket.repo('someone', 'great_repo')

# [x] Load a repository
# (Load the repository attributes from Bitbucket WebAPI)
repo.load

# [ ] DELETE a repository
repo.destroy

# [x] GET a list of watchers
watchers = repo.watchers

# [x] GET a list of forks
repos = repo.forks
pullrequests Resource
Collection Methods
repo = bucket.repo('someone', 'great_repo')

# [x ] GET a list of pull requests
pull_requests = repo.pull_requests(options)

# [ ] POST (create) a new pull request
pull_requests.create(params)

# [ ] GET the log of all of a repository's pull request activity
activities = pull_requests.activities(options)
Object Methods
repo = bucket.repo('someone', 'great_repo')

# [x] GET a specific pull request
pull_request = repo.pull_request(pr_id)

# [ ] PUT a pull request update
pull_request.update(params)

# [x] GET the commits for a pull request
commits = pull_request.commits

# [x] POST a pull request approval
pull_request.approve

# [x] DELETE a pull request approval
pull_request.unapprove

# [x] GET the diff for a pull request
diff = pull_request.diff

# [ ] GET the activity for a pull request
activities = pull_request.activities(options)

# [x] Accept and merge a pull request
pull_request.merge(options)

# [x] Decline or reject a pull request
pull_request.decline(options)

# [x] GET a list of pull request comments
comments = pull_request.comments

# [x] GET an individual pull request comment
comment = pull_request.comment(comment_id)
commits or commit Resource
Collection Methods
repo = bucket.repo('someone', 'great_repo')

# [x] GET a commits list for a repository or compare commits across branches
# branchortag, include, exclude options
commits = repo.commits(options)
Object Methods
repo = bucket.repo('someone', 'great_repo')

# [x] GET an individual commit
commit = repo.commit('revision')

# [x] GET a list of commit comments
comments = commit.comments

# [x] GET an individual commit comment
comment = commit.comment(comment_id)

# [x] POST a commit approval
commit.approve

# [x] DELETE a commit approval
commit.unapprove
branch-restrictions Resource
Collection Methods
repo = bucket.repo('someone', 'great_repo')

# [x] GET the branch-restrictions
restrictions = repo.branch_restrictions

# [ ] POST the branch-restrictions
new_restriction = restrictions.create(params)
Object Methods
repo = bucket.repo('someone', 'great_repo').find

# [x] GET a specific restriction
restriction = repo.branch_restriction(restriction_id)

# [ ] PUT a branch restriction update
restriction.update(params)

# [ ] DELETE the branch restriction
restriction.destroy
diff Resource
repo = bucket.repo('someone', 'great_repo')
COMMIT_ID = '7e968c5'

# [x] GET a diff
diff = repo.diff(COMMIT_ID)

# [x] GET a patch
patch = repo.patch(COMMIT_ID)
statuses/build Resource
Collection Methods
repo = bucket.repo('someone', 'great_repo')

COMMIT_ID = '7e968c5'
commit = repo.commit(COMMIT_ID)

BUILD_STATUS_KEY = 'tinybucket'

# [x] POST a build status for a commit
commit.build_statuses.create(
  key: BUILD_STATUS_KEY,
  state: 'INPROGRESS',
  name: 'Name of build',
  url: 'link to the build result',
  description: 'about build'
)
Object Methods
repo = bucket.repo('someone', 'great_repo')

COMMIT_ID = '7e968c5'
commit = repo.commit(COMMIT_ID)

BUILD_STATUS_KEY = 'tinybucket'

# [x] GET the build status for a commit
status = commit.build_status(BUILD_STATUS_KEY)

# [x] PUT a build status for a commit
status.update(
  state: 'SUCCESSFUL',
  name: 'Name of build',
  url: 'link to the build result',
  description: 'about build'
)

Contribution

  1. Fork it ( https://github.com/[my-github-username]/bitbucket/fork )
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create a new Pull Request

License

See LICENSE file.

Author

hirakiuc