It is sadly not documented like the aur one though, but you can dig trough the source to see all the functions etc.
Edit: old feature request on it: https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/13026
Last edited by Mr.Elendig (2013-10-29 12:51:53)
Apologies for being OT, but that is an epic description.
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Thank you Mr.Elendig for all those references, I'm not acquainted with Django (yet), however I've sort of reverse-engineered the interface and created Official Repositories Web Interface (any contribution is welcome, I've also added a link to kittypack, so now you'll have to deal with all the bugs that users will report! ).
Your tool however doesn't help in my case, 'cause I'm using this interface for my wiki bot.
One last thing, just like in my first post I'm 99% sure the answer is no, but since I was wrong then I'll try again: it's not possible to query package groups this way, right? Like if I wanted to have a json list of all the packages in a group...