Port variant py39
Summary Python HTTP for Humans (3.9)
Package version 2.27.1
Keywords python
Maintainer Python Automaton
License Not yet specified
Other variants py310
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Last modified 08 JAN 2022, 05:44:49 UTC
Port created 20 APR 2017, 05:12:41 UTC
Subpackage Descriptions
single # Requests **Requests** is a simple, yet elegant, HTTP library. ```python >>> import requests >>> r = requests.get('', auth=('user', 'pass')) >>> r.status_code 200 >>> r.headers['content-type'] 'application/json; charset=utf8' >>> r.encoding 'utf-8' >>> r.text '{"authenticated": true, ...' >>> r.json() {'authenticated': True, ...} ``` Requests allows you to send HTTP/1.1 requests extremely easily. There’s no need to manually add query strings to your URLs, or to form-encode your `PUT` & `POST` data — but nowadays, just use the `json` method! Requests is one of the most downloaded Python packages today, pulling in around `30M downloads / week`— according to GitHub, Requests is currently [depended upon] by `1,000,000+` repositories. You may certainly put your trust in this code. [Downloads] [Supported Versions] [Contributors] ## Installing Requests and Supported Versions Requests is available on PyPI: ```console $ python -m pip install requests ``` Requests officially supports Python 2.7 & 3.6+. ## Supported Features & Best–Practices Requests is ready for the demands of building robust and reliable HTTP–speaking applications, for the needs of today. - Keep-Alive & Connection Pooling - International Domains and URLs - Sessions with Cookie Persistence - Browser-style TLS/SSL Verification - Basic & Digest Authentication - Familiar `dict`–like Cookies - Automatic Content Decompression and Decoding - Multi-part File Uploads - SOCKS Proxy Support - Connection Timeouts - Streaming Downloads - Automatic honoring of `.netrc` - Chunked HTTP Requests ## API Reference and User Guide available on [Read the Docs] [Read the Docs] ## Cloning the repository When cloning the Requests repository, you may need to add the `-c fetch.fsck.badTimezone=ignore` flag to avoid an error about a bad commit (see [this issue] for more background): ```shell git clone -c fetch.fsck.badTimezone=ignore ``` You can also apply this setting to your global Git config: ```shell git config --global fetch.fsck.badTimezone ignore ``` --- [Kenneth Reitz] [Python Software Foundation]
Configuration Switches (platform-specific settings discarded)
PY310 OFF Build using Python 3.10 PY39 ON Build using Python 3.9
Package Dependencies by Type
Build (only) python-pip:single:py39
Build and Runtime python39:single:standard
Runtime (only) python-urllib3:single:py39
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Distribution File Information
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