GitHub API Returns

Hi everyone,

On 11 June, I tried experimenting with parsing the submodules data from

I started working on PyGithub today (12 June). Actually, it’s a third-party library wrapper written in Python for the GitHub API. The day went off struggling with PyGithub to work. I couldn’t understand much at the beginning. As the night elapsed, it started working for me. 😛

I started with some basic example like the fetching of the names of the files. You may see the repository here: Actually, this repository has also been created using the API itself (without opening in the browser). Finally got slept at around 7 AM.

Now next is to do get if the instance fetched is a submodule or not. It seems to be much easier to be done now.


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