|author||Robert Spier <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed Dec 20 12:26:50 2017 -0800|
|committer||Robert Spier <email@example.com>||Wed Dec 20 12:26:50 2017 -0800|
document the use of yapf for formatting
API Documentation is at https://developers.google.com/open-source/gci/api
./list_tasks.py --apikey APIKEY
./list_instances.py --apikey APIKEY
./csv_uploader.py --apikey APIKEY file.csv
Each script also supports other flags. Use --help to see them.
The client library requires requests to be installed.
You can install it with
easy_install (instructions) or install your operating system specific package. On Ubuntu or Debian, it is in the
Organization Adminstrators can find their API key on their User Profile.
We follow the Google Python Style Guide with a few modifications to match the Google internal version. The primary one is the use of 2 space indents.
Use yapf to keep the code formatted nicely. You can set up an auto-save hook in your editor, or run it manually:
# one time setup: pip install yapf # format files: yapf -i *.py
To report bugs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.