The Python client also has some convenience methods to query the Treeherder API. It is still in active development, but already has methods for getting push and job information.
See the Python client section for how to control which Treeherder instance will be accessed by the client.
Here’s a simple example which prints the start timestamp of all the jobs associated with the last 10 pushes on mozilla-central:
from thclient import TreeherderClient client = TreeherderClient() pushes = client.get_pushes('mozilla-central') # gets last 10 by default for pushes in pushes: jobs = client.get_jobs('mozilla-central', push_id=pushes['id']) for job in jobs: print job['start_timestamp']