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Bugzilla Web Services Client

Jochen Wiedmann
Hi,

I am unaware of any Perl implementation of the client side of the
Bugzilla web services API. Is that true, or am I missing something?

Thanks,

Jochen

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Re: Bugzilla Web Services Client

Max Kanat-Alexander
Jochen Wiedmann wrote:
> I am unaware of any Perl implementation of the client side of the
> Bugzilla web services API. Is that true, or am I missing something?

        No, I'm pretty sure you're right. Bugzilla 3.6 may have something
inside of it, but I'd be happy to see a Bugzilla client on CPAN.

        There is contrib/bz_webservices_demo.pl in the Bugzilla distribution
itself, but that's hardly a full client.

        -Max
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Re: Bugzilla Web Services Client

Jochen Wiedmann
On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 2:09 PM, Max Kanat-Alexander
<[hidden email]> wrote:

>        No, I'm pretty sure you're right. Bugzilla 3.6 may have something
> inside of it, but I'd be happy to see a Bugzilla client on CPAN.

May be I'll be able to contribute one in the next days. But I wouldn't
like to put it on CPAN: Causes all sorts of friendly mails from
cpan-testers, RT, and so on, which I woudn't like to deal with.

Jochen


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Re: Bugzilla Web Services Client

David Lawrence-3
Jochen Wiedmann wrote:
On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 2:09 PM, Max Kanat-Alexander
[hidden email] wrote:

  
       No, I'm pretty sure you're right. Bugzilla 3.6 may have something
inside of it, but I'd be happy to see a Bugzilla client on CPAN.
    

May be I'll be able to contribute one in the next days. But I wouldn't
like to put it on CPAN: Causes all sorts of friendly mails from
cpan-testers, RT, and so on, which I woudn't like to deal with.

Jochen

  

FWIW, there is a python client library started by a guy here at Red Hat.

https://fedorahosted.org/python-bugzilla/

Could be ported to Perl I suppose.

Dave
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Re: Bugzilla Web Services Client

Mads Bondo Dydensborg
Torsdag 23 april 2009 skrev David Lawrence:
>  Jochen Wiedmann wrote:

>  FWIW, there is a python client library started by a guy here at Red Hat.

FYI, FWIW, there is a C# library too (which, incidently, I wrote much of) at
http://oss.dbc.dk/bugzproxy/

Regards.

Mads

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Re: Bugzilla Web Services Client

Ignatius Jeevan
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"Mads Bondo Dydensborg" <[hidden email]> wrote in message
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> Torsdag 23 april 2009 skrev David Lawrence:
>>  Jochen Wiedmann wrote:
>
>>  FWIW, there is a python client library started by a guy here at Red Hat.
>
> FYI, FWIW, there is a C# library too (which, incidently, I wrote much of)
> at
> http://oss.dbc.dk/bugzproxy/
>
> Regards.
>
> Mads
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Re: Bugzilla Web Services Client

Christian Sejersen
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Has anyone successfully used xmlrpc.cgi on https://bugzilla.mozilla.org?

I think I have tried every single implementation out there (Java,  
Python, PHP, C#, Perl) and they all work except against https://bugzilla.mozilla.org 
.

/Christian

On Apr 27, 2009, at 4:43 AM, Mads Bondo Dydensborg wrote:

> Torsdag 23 april 2009 skrev David Lawrence:
>> Jochen Wiedmann wrote:
>
>> FWIW, there is a python client library started by a guy here at Red  
>> Hat.
>
> FYI, FWIW, there is a C# library too (which, incidently, I wrote  
> much of) at
> http://oss.dbc.dk/bugzproxy/
>
> Regards.
>
> Mads
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