Hmm, it is possible. I'll contact them and see if I can find out. I'm
working on plans for moving to API v3, but I'm greatly concerned about the
timing, as I'm not confident we'll get that in by then.
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
Review Board - http://www.reviewboard.org
VMware, Inc. - http://www.vmware.com
On Sat, Apr 14, 2012 at 10:45 PM, Dan Z <d...@modria.com> wrote:
> The admin screen for setting up a GitHub (Private Organization)
> repository requires "Your GitHub API token." There's a link to the
> page at GitHub where this token can be found -- except that the token
> isn't there. (The page name has even changed a little.) I can't figure
> out why the token isn't there -- except for this hint on the GitHub
> Blog: "We will terminate API v1 and API v2 in 1 month on May 1st,
> My first question is: does ReviewBoard use either the v1 or v2 GitHub
> API, or has it been updated to v3?
> Second question: Is it possible that GitHub has removed the API Token
> in preparation for this change? If so, that sort of answers my first
> question, since ther repository setup page on ReviewBoard is asking
> for an API Token.
> Thanks in advance for any info anyone can give.
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