I cannot edit the merge request / issue I’ve just retrieved.#
It is likely that you used a
GroupIssue object. These objects cannot be edited. But you
can create a new
ProjectIssue object to
apply changes. For example:
issue = gl.issues.list() project = gl.projects.get(issue.project_id, lazy=True) editable_issue = project.issues.get(issue.iid, lazy=True) # you can now edit the object
How can I clone the repository of a project?#
python-gitlab does not provide an API to clone a project. You have to use a
git library or call the
The git URI is exposed in the
ssh_url_to_repo attribute of
import subprocess project = gl.projects.create(data) # or gl.projects.get(project_id) print(project.attributes) # displays all the attributes git_url = project.ssh_url_to_repo subprocess.call(['git', 'clone', git_url])
Not all items are returned from the API#
If you’ve passed
all=True to the API and still cannot see all items returned,
--get-all via the CLI) instead. See Pagination for more details.
AttributeError when accessing object attributes retrieved via
Fetching a list of objects does not always include all attributes in the objects.
To retrieve an object with all attributes, use a
Example with projects:
for projects in gl.projects.list(): # Retrieve project object with all attributes project = gl.projects.get(project.id)
AttributeError when accessing attributes after
You are most likely trying to access an attribute that was not returned by the server on the second request. Please look at the documentation in Attributes in updated objects to see how to avoid this.
TypeError when accessing object attributes#
When you encounter errors such as
object is not iterable or
object is not subscriptable
when trying to access object attributes returned from the server, you are most likely trying to
access an attribute that is shadowed by python-gitlab’s own methods or managers.
You can use the object’s
attributes dictionary to access it directly instead.
See the Gitlab Objects section for more details on how attributes are exposed.