Commits

Commits

Reference

Examples

List the commits for a project:

commits = project.commits.list()

You can use the ref_name, since and until filters to limit the results:

commits = project.commits.list(ref_name='my_branch')
commits = project.commits.list(since='2016-01-01T00:00:00Z')

Create a commit:

# See https://docs.gitlab.com/ce/api/commits.html#create-a-commit-with-multiple-files-and-actions
# for actions detail
data = {
    'branch_name': 'master',  # v3
    'branch': 'master',  # v4
    'commit_message': 'blah blah blah',
    'actions': [
        {
            'action': 'create',
            'file_path': 'README.rst',
            'content': open('path/to/file.rst').read(),
        },
        {
            # Binary files need to be base64 encoded
            'action': 'create',
            'file_path': 'logo.png',
            'content': base64.b64encode(open('logo.png').read()),
            'encoding': 'base64',
        }
    ]
}

commit = project.commits.create(data)

Get a commit detail:

commit = project.commits.get('e3d5a71b')

Get the diff for a commit:

diff = commit.diff()

Cherry-pick a commit into another branch:

commit.cherry_pick(branch='target_branch')

Get the references the commit has been pushed to (branches and tags):

commit.refs()  # all references
commit.refs('tag')  # only tags
commit.refs('branch')  # only branches

List the merge requests related to a commit:

commit.merge_requests()

Commit comments

Examples

Get the comments for a commit:

comments = commit.comments.list()

Add a comment on a commit:

# Global comment
commit = commit.comments.create({'note': 'This is a nice comment'})
# Comment on a line in a file (on the new version of the file)
commit = commit.comments.create({'note': 'This is another comment',
                                 'line': 12,
                                 'line_type': 'new',
                                 'path': 'README.rst'})

Commit status

Examples

List the statuses for a commit:

statuses = commit.statuses.list()

Change the status of a commit:

commit.statuses.create({'state': 'success'})