Is there a similar call that's already in the codebase I can use as an
On Apr 7, 7:38 pm, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com> wrote:
> The date range handler would be good, but I'd rather not have the maxid.
> However, there's another way we can do that.
> Update the handler for api/json/reviewrequests/all/ and let it take optional
> start and end ranges that work like Python's lists. I'd have to think how I
> want this API to look, but maybe something like:
> api/json/reviewrequests/all/?start=<start index>&max_results=<number of
> results>&order_by=<comma-separated order criteria>
> Then you could do:
> And that would return the most recent public review request.
> Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
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> On Tue, Apr 7, 2009 at 6:54 PM, Kimon <kim...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I've been using the API to generate statistics. What I want to do is
> > traverse through all the reviews (no matter what state) and generate
> > my statistics.
> > I can pretty much do this with api/json/reviewrequests/<id>/ except
> > for determining what the max id is.
> > I wrote a function to do it using the following url:
> > api/json/reviewrequests/all/maxid/
> > Is this a good url for this api function? Is it useful enough to
> > commit to the codebase?
> > Along the same lines what I really want is a query for all review
> > requests created in a given date range. If I were to write such a
> > function, what would be an appropriate url? Anything I should know
> > before I try?
> > Thanks,
> > Kimon
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