- We have introduced a new function into that allows you to get commit SHA of the HEAD of the branch. (#668)
- A list of Gitlab projects provided by now contains objects with additional metadata. (#667)
- OGR now fully supports getting PR comments by its ID.
- Removal of features which have been marked as deprecated since .
- Removal of renamed properties
- Removal of methods for accessing issues or pull requests from class.
- String can no longer be used as commit status, is now required.
- constructor has been refactored. In order to use static and offline
representation of a pull request, use instead.
- property has been added for accessing .
- Ogr now catches internal exceptions from Gitlab and Github and converts them
to ogr exceptions, GitlabAPIException and GithubAPIException, respectively. A
new exception, OgrNetworkError, has been introduced for signalling situations
where a request could not be performed due to a network outage. (#642)
- The documentation was converted to Google-style docstrings. (#646)
- Releases and development builds of ogr are now built in copr projects
packit/packit-dev and packit/packit-releases. (#644)
- New method to get pull request and issue comments by their comment ID on
GitHub and GitLab. (#640)
- Please check [COMPATIBILITY.md](https://github.com/packit/ogr/blob/main/COMPATIBILITY.md) to see which methods are implemented for
- Ogr now supports reacting to a comment (issue, pull request) with a given
reaction. It's possible to obtain the reactions and delete them (only when
reaction is added by using ogr API). (#636)
- New upstream release 0.28.0
- New upstream release 0.27.0
- New upstream release 0.26.0
- New upstream release 0.25.0
- New upstream release 0.24.1
- New upstream release 0.24.0
- New upstream release 0.23.0
- New upstream release 0.21.0
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