If it won't be simple, it simply won't be. [Hire me, source code] by Miki Tebeka, CEO, 353Solutions

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Parse HTTP Response

Steve commented (justly) that there is no Python library function to parse HTTP transportation. Here is one way to do it:

Thursday, February 04, 2010

Publish Buildbot builds to Twitter

Buildbot exposes a simple XMLRPC protocol. Using this we can write a small daemon that pools the build status and publish it somewhere (or do other interesting stuff with it). In our case we'll publish the results to twitter using its publishing API.
#!/usr/bin/env python
# Watch builds on buildbot and publish to twitter

from time import time, sleep
from xmlrpclib import ServerProxy
from urllib import urlopen

user, password = "tebeka", "SECRET_PASSWORD"
bbot_url = "http://buildbot.example.com/xmlrpc"
tweet_url = "http://%s:%s@twitter.com/statuses/update.xml" % (user, password)

def main():
proxy = ServerProxy(bbot_url)
last_time = time()

while 1:
now = time()
builds = proxy.getAllBuildsInInterval(last_time, now)
for build in builds:
builder, build, status = build[0], build[1], build[5]
status = "OK" if status == "success" else "BROKEN"
message = "[%s] build %s is %s" % (builder, build, status)
urlopen(tweet_url, "status=%s" % message)

last_time = now if builds else last_time

if __name__ == "__main__":

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