Describe the slaves attached to a single builder.
By default, the json data is compact and defaults to 1. For easier to read
indented output, set compact=0.
By default, most children data is listed. You can do a random selection
of data by using select=<sub-url> multiple times to coagulate data.
"select=" includes the actual url otherwise it is skipped.
By default, only in memory cached builds are listed. You can as for more data
by using numbuilds=<number>.
Filters out null, false, and empty string, list and dict. This reduce the
amount of useless data sent.
Enable uses of JSONP as described in
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JSONP. Note that
Access-Control-Allow-Origin:* is set in the HTTP response header so you
can use this in compatible browsers.
By default, application/json is used. Setting as_text=1 change the type
to text/plain and implicitly sets compact=0 and filter=1. Mainly useful to
look at the result in a web browser.
A specific builder as compact text.
All *cached* builds.
All builds. Warning, reads all previous build data.
Where 63 is either positive, a build number, or negative, a past
Two last builds on 'api' builder.
Changes of the two last builds on 'api' builder.
Slaves associated to this builder.
Builder information plus details information about its slaves. Neat eh?
A specific slave.
A selection of random unrelated stuff as an random example. :)
Root node, that *doesn't* mean all the data. Many things (like logs) must
be explicitly queried for performance reasons.