A GitLab API client enabling Go programs to interact with GitLab in a simple and uniform way

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A GitLab API client enabling Go programs to interact with GitLab in a simple and uniform way

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Release v0.6.0 (released on 25-08-2017) no longer supports the older V3 Gitlab API. If you need V3 support, please use the f-api-v3 branch. This release contains some backwards incompatible changes that were needed to fully support the V4 Gitlab API.


This API client package covers most of the existing Gitlab API calls and is updated regularly to add new and/or missing endpoints. Currently the following services are supported:

  • Award Emojis
  • Branches
  • Broadcast Messages
  • Commits
  • Container Registry
  • Custom Attributes
  • Deploy Keys
  • Deployments
  • Discussions (threaded comments)
  • Environments
  • Epic Issues
  • Epics
  • Events
  • Feature Flags
  • Geo Nodes
  • GitLab CI Config Templates
  • Gitignores Templates
  • Group Access Requests
  • Group Issue Boards
  • Group Members
  • Group Milestones
  • Group-Level Variables
  • Groups
  • Issue Boards
  • Issues
  • Jobs
  • Keys
  • Labels
  • License
  • Merge Request Approvals
  • Merge Requests
  • Namespaces
  • Notes (comments)
  • Notification Settings
  • Open Source License Templates
  • Pages Domains
  • Pipeline Schedules
  • Pipeline Triggers
  • Pipelines
  • Project Access Requests
  • Project Badges
  • Project Clusters
  • Project Import/export
  • Project Members
  • Project Milestones
  • Project Snippets
  • Project-Level Variables
  • Projects (including setting Webhooks)
  • Protected Branches
  • Protected Tags
  • Repositories
  • Repository Files
  • Runners
  • Search
  • Services
  • Settings
  • Sidekiq Metrics
  • System Hooks
  • Tags
  • Todos
  • Users
  • Validate CI Configuration
  • Version
  • Wikis


import ""

Construct a new GitLab client, then use the various services on the client to access different parts of the GitLab API. For example, to list all users:

git := gitlab.NewClient(nil, "yourtokengoeshere")
users, _, err := git.Users.ListUsers(&gitlab.ListUsersOptions{})

Some API methods have optional parameters that can be passed. For example, to list all projects for user "svanharmelen":

git := gitlab.NewClient(nil)
opt := &ListProjectsOptions{Search: gitlab.String("svanharmelen")}
projects, _, err := git.Projects.ListProjects(opt)


The examples directory contains a couple for clear examples, of which one is partially listed here as well:

package main

import (


func main() {
	git := gitlab.NewClient(nil, "yourtokengoeshere")

	// Create new project
	p := &gitlab.CreateProjectOptions{
		Name:                 gitlab.String("My Project"),
		Description:          gitlab.String("Just a test project to play with"),
		MergeRequestsEnabled: gitlab.Bool(true),
		SnippetsEnabled:      gitlab.Bool(true),
		Visibility:           gitlab.Visibility(gitlab.PublicVisibility),
	project, _, err := git.Projects.CreateProject(p)
	if err != nil {

	// Add a new snippet
	s := &gitlab.CreateProjectSnippetOptions{
		Title:           gitlab.String("Dummy Snippet"),
		FileName:        gitlab.String("snippet.go"),
		Code:            gitlab.String("package main...."),
		Visibility:      gitlab.Visibility(gitlab.PublicVisibility),
	_, _, err = git.ProjectSnippets.CreateSnippet(project.ID, s)
	if err != nil {

For complete usage of go-gitlab, see the full package docs.


  • The biggest thing this package still needs is tests 😞



Sander van Harmelen (


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