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I am trying to use the Search option to get the list of results from SO. I have tried using pagesize=50 and I still get large number of titles returned. Is there another option to limit that search? Sorry if I am posting this the wrong way or in the wrong area but I am new to Stack Overflow and to programming as well :) This is the part of the code I am ...


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Total results vary with page size The idea of producing a transparent iterator (getting the next page as needed) is cool, but it just isn't working; the page size affects the total number of results returned (apparently to a multiple of the page size)...:-( My code needs to look at all Qs asked for a given tag in a given month: def qstats(site, tag, month,...


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With the way the API is currently set up (lots of caching the info page says) is it possible to update the information on a question you've already looked at? I have a list of questions but, as time goes on, the information changes (# of answers, votes, etc) and I would like to be able to update the questions with the new info.


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This currently does not work with the v2.0 API.


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We (myself and Kyle), with graphical help from Nathan, developed an automatically generated image that pulls in the number of bounties, the total bounty rep value, and displays that in an image. It is part of the Ask Different Community Ads, and we're pretty proud of it. Thanks for developing Serel, it made the heavy lifting of StackExchange's API insanely ...


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Not sure if this is the right place for it, but I'm having some issues when I try and deploy this wrapper on a server as opposed to my local environment. First of all, I don't have SQLite3 on my server and do not have the ability to install it so I've set the caching to 0. Second, I have got it working perfectly on my local dev server that has internet ...


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When I try running the code with python 3.4 I always get this error: AttributeError: 'HTTPMessage' object has no attribute 'getheader' Here is the full traceback. I'd be very happy if any of you could tell me what the problem is. Is it the fact that I'm using python3? I converted the example files using 2to3 and it seems to me that it should work fine... ...


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Possible bug in the latest build? Found this (excellent) library via a Bryce Boe post and dropped in Py-Stackoverflow via easy_install. Running the script triggered the following, however: sog@bishop:~/Dropbox/Code/StackOverflow$ ./minestack.py Traceback (most recent call last): File "./minestack.py", line 3, in <module> from stackexchange ...


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Example of Explicit Authentication: Explicit authentication is relatively straightforward with Stack.PY. Assuming you have already registered your application, the instructions look something like this: Visit your application's page to obtain the following information: key client ID client secret Provide Stack.PY with the above information: from stackpy ...


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In the StackyClient.GetQuestions function, for the tags parameter, will you get questions with any of the tags in the array, or questions that have all of the tags in the array? Also I don't see really any documentation except for the page with a few examples, which don't explain what exactly the parameters do and stuff. If anyone could link me to a ...


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I am running py-stackexchange v1.1-4 and I'm hitting a strange issue after not touching this library for perhaps eight months or so... My queries used to be relatively fast... I could get results in 30 seconds. Now my queries literally take hours with the same code... example query: def filtered_question_dict(sesite, mytags, pagesize=100, ...


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Based on the demo *recent_questions.py* example, I am using the following code to retrieve the 10 most recent questions at the command line: so = stackexchange.Site(stackexchange.StackOverflow) questions = so.recent_questions(pagesize=10) for q in questions: print "question retrieved:", q.title.encode('ascii', 'ignore'), "\t", q.id ... As you can ...


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import stackexchange so = stackexchange.Site(stackexchange.StackOverflow) comment = so.comment(valid_comment_id) the above code returns the following error in init.py: --->166 self.post_type = PostType.from_string(json.post_type) 167 168 def _get_post(self): AttributeError: DictObject instance has no attribute '...


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Vineet, Try below one, I have added support for Stack Exchange API V2.x https://github.com/sanjivsingh/stackoverflow-java-sdk For more detail, follow docs https://github.com/sanjivsingh/stackoverflow-java-sdk/wiki


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The API was working but now I receive an error when I try to run the demo examples. Sample error dump: /usr/bin/python2.7 /home/donbeo/PycharmProjects/stack_overflow/experience.py StackOverflow user 41981's experience: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/donbeo/PycharmProjects/stack_overflow/experience.py", line 13, in <module> user = ...


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bug support @Nathan Osman, I have been trying to get authentication working with your library (which is very useful BTW). However, whenever I use the explicit flow I end up with an error on the stack exchange.com/oauth/submit page saying: Cannot return to provided redirect_uri The uri I am attempting to provide is generated using BeginExplicitFlow in ...


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This "answer" relates to version 5a which has been superseded since. This is a minimal failing example: // ==UserScript== // @name Test // @namespace . // @description Test userscript. // @require http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.7.1.min.js // @require http://josh.gitlin.name/userscripts/ThirdPlace.js // @include http:/...


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Event Logging, Caching and Throttling I've just finished implementing these features. Event Logging is a new feature that allows us to debug different methods on the bridge by hooking the events at client.EventLog, and examining the messages logged there. Caching was already present on the previous version of the bridge, but it now supports multi-...


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Example - Downloading a question with its body from stackpy import Site site = Site('stackoverflow') question = site.questions(1732348).filter('withbody')[0] print '--- %s ---' % question.title print question.body


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Step 1: I would like to retrieve all the related tags of a particular tag using your package, much like what is accomplished here. Step 2: I would like to find the intersection between two lists of related tags. RELATED: https://stackoverflow.com/q/19898666/307454


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a few questions i have about your API. based on the user can I get a list of all questions and answers the user has? giving a user can I get a List<Questions> and List<Answer> that the user has made? will the answer object have the following methods: Answer.addPlus() Answer.removePlus() Answer.addNegitive() Answer.removeNegitive() Answer....


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stackoverflow-java-sdk artifacts have been upload to Maven Central. Now, You simply add maven dependency in your project POM Dependency <dependency> <groupId>com.googlecode.stackexchange</groupId> <artifactId>stackoverflow-java-sdk-release</artifactId> <version>2.2.0</version> </...


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Is this project still under development?


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I like this library because I can look at it and easily understand what bit does what. It's not very "ergonomic" right now, however. I'd like to be able to write code like this... #determine what bumped this question at the top of the homepage top_questions_on_homepage = pyso.get_all_questions(order_by="activity") question = top_questions_on_homepage.next() ...


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This is probably a dumb question, but: How do you retrieve the body of a post? For example, I have: $questionList = $api->Questions()->SortByActivity()->Exec(); while($question = $questionList->Fetch(TRUE)){ ... } But... how do I get the question body? It doesn't seem to be in the API reponse that I can see. I remember in the v1 API you ...


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I've already used the Stack.PHP library in a WordPress plugin and am deploying a second one. They had a class conflict and using class_exists before require_once/stackphp* didn't work. I had to do this at the beginning of the file output_helper.php: if( !class_exists( 'API' ) ): require_once 'api.php'; require_once 'auth.php'; endif; require_once '...


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Thanks for your library first of all. I am not very comfortable posting this doubts here, doesn't seem the right place... let know if you want me to delete this "answer". I had a problem with the cache while instantiating UserExchange: $so = new UserExchange('stackoverflow','myapikey', 0); But I realized the cache was still active even when passed $...


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The library currently does not yet support the use of access_token obtained through OAuth 2.0, does it?


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Lucas, Something must have changed in JSON data format sent from the Stack Exchange API because yesterday for no reason I started getting: ValueError("Unexpected UTF-8 BOM (decode using utf-8-sig)") (I searched through many forums, reinstalled python a couple of times etc etc) As the error says, there is a problem with the encoding. Basically all I ...


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I'm trying to access different attributes of the Answer class but I get this error: AttributeError: 'Answer' object has no attribute 'accepted' I looked into your init.py file and I can see that you have a tuple there that lists the attributes: transfer = ('accepted', 'locked_date', 'question_id', 'up_vote_count', 'down_vote_count', 'view_count', 'score','...


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