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Ohloh API Discussion : Help needed with collection parameter

PS. Possibly stupid hint: note that if you are passing this URL to curl or wget on the command line, you have to be sure to put the URL in quotes or the & character will be interpreted by the ... [More] shell -- which would have the effect of stripping off the page param, which is exactly the effect you are seeing. [Less]

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Author robin

Posted almost 7 years ago

Ohloh API Discussion : Help needed with collection parameter

Hi gconaldi, I have a very unsatisfying answer for you -- it looks like you are doing the right thing, and when I try your URLs, they work for me. Exactly how are you doing your GET? Is it possible ... [More] that your page param is being stripped away somehow? Try using curl or wget and see what answers you get back. For instance, this seems to be working for me: wget -q -O - 'http://www.ohloh.net/projects/f-spot/contributors.xml?api_key={my key}&page=2' Good luck. If you come up with anything or need more help let me know. Robin [Less]

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Author robin

Posted almost 7 years ago

Ohloh API Discussion : Help needed with collection parameter

Hi all, I have a very basic problem in forming my queries, and I really hope you can help me. I want to get the contributors.xml for the f-spot project. My first query is: GET ... [More] http://www.ohloh.net/projects/f-spot/contributors.xml?api_key={my key} It works, and I get the first 10 items. However, I need the complete .xml, so I do: GET http://www.ohloh.net/projects/f-spot/contributors.xml?api_key={my key}&page=2 But I get still the first 10 items. What am I doing wrong? [Less]

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Author gconaldi

Posted almost 7 years ago

Feedback Forum : Statistics improvement request

I would like to see which files it think is of a certain type too. It thinks NBehave consists of 101k lines of XML and I know that can't be true.

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Author Lazydev

Posted almost 7 years ago

Feedback Forum : Statistics improvement request

Hi, When I look at my project I see the various languages it uses. I must say that I'm even surprised that it is using so many. So my suggestion would be that when clicking on the language, it lists ... [More] all the files it claims to be for that language. This will definitely help me understand what it is and if this is an error, we can easily report it to you. You could do the same for the licenses. Also in the tools section, you could also list all the projects for a particular language. Does it make sense? Regards, Manu [Less]

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Author manus_eiffel

Posted almost 7 years ago

Ohloh General Discussion : Support for Eiffel language

No problem -- a recount is on the way.

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Author robin

Posted almost 7 years ago

Ohloh General Discussion : Support for Eiffel language

Could you also relaunch the count on http://www.ohloh.net/projects/6709? Thanks, Manu

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Author manus_eiffel

Posted almost 7 years ago

Technical Issue Help : Enlistments updates failed due to server downtimes - manu...

Hi Dieter, Yes, these enlistments required a manual restart. They seem to be running normally now -- I'll keep an eye on them today. Thanks, Robin

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Author robin

Posted almost 7 years ago

Ohloh General Discussion : Support for Eiffel language

Yes, there are now 3 millions line of Eiffel code, making Eiffel rank 29th for the time being on the code line classification. Thanks for doing the Eiffel support, it is very much appreciated. Manu

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Author manus_eiffel

Posted almost 7 years ago

The Ohcount Project : Detecting the "Simplified BSD License"

Hi, on January 9th, 2008 OSI approved the two-clause BSD variant, used by FreeBSD, as a separate open source license. Since this has now its own name (though not a page of its own on the OSI site ... [More] :-() I'd suggest updating Ohcount to reflect this. To clear up any possible confusion: The original BSD license had 4 (four) clauses; the last one was labeled "#3" [sic], and was officially rescinded in 1999. What remain now are: * the three-clause variant, called "BSD license" * the two-clause variant, called "Simplified BSD license" In both of them, the list of clauses isn't numbered. Since "BSD license" alone might still give rise to misunderstandings, I'd suggest reporting the two licenses above as (for instance) "BSD License (three clause)" and "Simplified BSD license (two clause)" -- Gennaro [Less]

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Author Gennaro Prota

Posted almost 7 years ago