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NAME

Net::GitHub::V3 - Github API v3

SYNOPSIS

Prefer:

    use Net::GitHub;
    my $gh = Net::GitHub->new(
        version => 3,
        login => 'fayland', pass => 'mypass',
        # or
        # access_token => $oauth_token
    );

Or:

    use Net::GitHub::V3;
    my $gh = Net::GitHub::V3->new(
        login => 'fayland', pass => 'mypass',
        # or
        # access_token => $oauth_token
    );

DESCRIPTION

http://developer.github.com/v3/

ATTRIBUTES

Authentication

There are two ways to authenticate through GitHub API v3:

login/pass
    my $gh = Net::GitHub::V3->new( login => $ENV{GITHUB_USER}, pass => $ENV{GITHUB_PASS} );
access_token
    my $gh = Net::GitHub->new( access_token => $ENV{GITHUB_ACCESS_TOKEN} );

raw_response

    my $gh = Net::GitHub->new(
        # login/pass or access_token
        raw_response => 1
    );

return raw HTTP::Response object

raw_string

    my $gh = Net::GitHub->new(
        # login/pass or access_token
        raw_string => 1
    );

return HTTP::Response response content as string

api_throttle

    my $gh = Net::GitHub->new(
        # login/pass or access_token
        api_throttle => 0
    );

To disable call rate limiting (e.g. if your account is whitelisted), set api_throttle to 0.

RaiseError

By default, error responses are propagated to the user as they are received from the API. By switching RaiseError on you can make the be turned into exceptions instead, so that you don't have to check for error response after every call.

Iterating over pages: next_url, last_url, prev_url, first_url, per_page

Any methods which return multiple results may be paginated. After performing a query you should check to see if there are more results. These attributes will be reset for each query.

The predicates to check these attributes are has_next_page, has_last_page, has_prev_page and has_first_page.

per_page defaults to 100. It will be applied to GET urls no matter it supports or not.

See Github's documentation: http://developer.github.com/v3/#pagination

  my @issues = $gh->issue->repos_issues;
  while ($gh->issue->has_next_page) {
      push @issues, $gh->issue->query($gh->issue->next_url);
      ## OR ##
      push @issues, $gh->issue->next_page;
  }

Iterating over individual items: next_xxx and close_xxx

The queries which can return paginated results can also be evaluated one by one, like this:

  while (my $issue = $gh->issue->next_repos_issue( @args )) {
    # do something with $issue
  }

The arguments to next_repos_issue are the same as for repos_issues, and is also applicable to all other interfaces which offer a next_xxx method. All available next_xxx methods are listed in the documentation of the corresponding modules, see the list below.

If you loop over the next_xxx interfaces, new API calls will be performed automatically, but only when needed to fetch more items. An undefined return value means there are no more items.

To start over with the first item, you need to close the iteration. Every next_xxx method has a corresponding close_xxx method which must be called with exactly the same parameters as the next_xxx method to take effect:

  $gh->issue->close_repos_issue(@args);

If you use Net::GitHub::V3 in a command line program, there is no need to call the close_xxx methods at all. As soon as the Net::GitHub::V3 object $gh goes out of scope, everything is neatly cleaned up.

However, if you have a long-lived Net::GitHub::V3 object, e.g. in a persistent service process which provides an own interface to its users and talks to GitHub under the hood, then it is advisable to close the iterations when you're done with them.

For brevity and because they usually are not needed, the close_xxx methods are not listed with their modules. It is guaranteed that every next_xxx method has a corresponding close_xxx method.

ua

To set the proxy for ua, you can do something like following

    $gh->ua->proxy('https', 'socks://127.0.0.1:9050');

$gh->ua is an instance of LWP::UserAgent

METHODS

query($method, $url, $data)

    my $data = $gh->query('/user');
    $gh->query('PATCH', '/user', $data);
    $gh->query('DELETE', '/user/emails', [ 'myemail@somewhere.com' ]);

query API directly

next_page

When the results have been paginated, next_page is sugar for the common case of iterating through all the pages in order. It simply calls query with the next_url.

set_default_user_repo

    $gh->set_default_user_repo('fayland', 'perl-net-github'); # take effects for all $gh->
    $gh->repos->set_default_user_repo('fayland', 'perl-net-github'); # take effects on $gh->repos

To ease the keyboard, we provided two ways to call any method which starts with :user/:repo

1. SET user/repos before call methods below

    $gh->set_default_user_repo('fayland', 'perl-net-github');
    my @contributors = $gh->repos->contributors;

2. If it is just for once, we can pass :user, :repo before any arguments

    my @contributors = $repos->contributors($user, $repo);

MODULES

user

    my $user = $gh->user->show('nothingmuch');
    $gh->user->update( bio => 'Just Another Perl Programmer' );

Net::GitHub::V3::Users

repos

    my @repos = $gh->repos->list;
    my $rp = $gh->repos->create( {
        "name" => "Hello-World",
        "description" => "This is your first repo",
        "homepage" => "https://github.com"
    } );

Net::GitHub::V3::Repos

issue

    my @issues = $gh->issue->issues();
    my $issue  = $gh->issue->issue($issue_number);

Net::GitHub::V3::Issues

pull_request

    my @pulls = $gh->pull_request->pulls();

Net::GitHub::V3::PullRequests

org

    my @orgs   = $gh->org->orgs;

Net::GitHub::V3::Orgs

git_data

Net::GitHub::V3::GitData

gist

Net::GitHub::V3::Gists

oauth

Net::GitHub::V3::OAuth

event

Net::GitHub::V3::Events

Net::GitHub::V3::Search

SEE ALSO

Pithub

AUTHOR & COPYRIGHT & LICENSE

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