JIRA Python Library
This library eases the use of the JIRA REST API from Python and it has been used in production for years.
As this is an open-source project that is community maintained, do not be surprised if some bugs or features are not implemented quickly enough. You are always welcomed to use BountySource to motivate others to help.
Feeling impatient? I like your style.
from jira import JIRA jira = JIRA('https://jira.atlassian.com') issue = jira.issue('JRA-9') print issue.fields.project.key # 'JRA' print issue.fields.issuetype.name # 'New Feature' print issue.fields.reporter.displayName # 'Mike Cannon-Brookes [Atlassian]'
Download and install using
pip install jira or
You can also try
pip install --user --upgrade jira which will install or
upgrade jira to your user directory. Or maybe you ARE using a virtualenv
By default only the basic library dependencies are installed, so if you want
to use the
cli tool or other optional dependencies do perform a full
pip install jira[opt,cli,test]
See the documentation for full details.
Development takes place on GitHub:
master- (default branch) contains the primary development stream. Tags will be used to show latest releases.
- Fork repo
- Keep it sync'ed while you are developing
- Install pyenv
- Install Atlassian JIRA Server for testing - make install-sdk
- pip install jira[test]
- Start up Jira Server - atlas-run-standalone
- Test your changes - make test
In addition to all the contributors we would like to thank to these companies:
- Atlassian for developing such a powerful issue tracker and for providing a free on-demand JIRA instance that we can use for continuous integration testing.
- JetBrains for providing us with free licenses of PyCharm
- Travis for hosting our continuous integration
- Navicat for providing us free licenses of their powerful database client GUI tools.