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#134 [en] 

Siela
would it be possible to add <faction> like there is <race> ?
cult/civilization status is available from individual guild api. Its guild choice is they want to share that info (G01) or not.

Siela
and less probable, API for OP wars?

Yeah not going to happen. If guild dont want to find out that they came second on op war, then they should log in more often ;-)

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#135 [en] 

Anyone wrote Python or C code that uses GET for the XMLs?

#136 [en] 

Nudge
Anyone wrote Python or C code that uses GET for the XMLs?

There was py-ryzom-api for python, but its abandoned and no source in github anymore.

I have not heard of anyone doing it in C.

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#137 [en] 

Thanks Karu.

#138 [en] 

In Python, requesting the xml from the server would be trivial with the "requests" library, then there are xml/html parsing libraries like BeautifulSoup + lxml.

What exactly are you trying to accomplish? :)

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#139 [en] 

Right, I am not a py programmer so C or assembler would do better for me ;),... I would even take Fortran or Pascal.

I am trying to get all items and details in inventory for a toon, then massage it into something magical.

I have been able to get it using this:
import sys
import xml.etree.ElementTree as ET
import requests
RYZ_API_ENDPOINT = "http://api.ryzom.com/character.php"
ryz_api_key = "abracadabraverylongcodewithnumbersandlettersstuff"
RYZ_PARAMS = {'apikey': ryz_api_key}
r = requests.get(url = RYZ_API_ENDPOINT, params = RYZ_PARAMS)
print(r.status_code)
print(r.status_code == requests.codes.ok)
print(r.headers['content-type'])
print(r.encoding)
print(r.url)
ryz_toon = ET.parse(r.text)
for elem in ryz_toon.iter():
 print ("%s: '%s'\n\r", elem.tag, elem.text)
Just wondered if there is a better, or pre-made set of libs.

Ultimately, not much different in C either.  there are libraries to get a HTTP/S responses back, and also XML parsers.

Last edited by Nudge (3 months ago)

#140 [en] 

I still prefer bs4, maybe it's because it was my first contact with html/xml parsers in Python. Also, it makes it easy to navigate the xml tree quite easily.

Here's a crude example that will print out all of a character's fames:

import sys
import requests
from bs4 import BeautifulSoup

url = "http://api.ryzom.com/character.php?apikey=xxxxxxxxxx"
r = requests.get(url)
data = r.text

soup = BeautifulSoup(data, 'xml')

#find all items
items = soup.find("fame").find_all()

for item in items:
print(item.name+" "+item.text+"\n")


But yes, ultimately not much different than your example.

Edited 2 times | Last edited by Laoviel (3 months ago)

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