httplib2 0.8

A comprehensive HTTP client library in Python
httplib2 is a free and open source Python-based HTTP client library that supports many features left out of other HTTP libraries.

Note: HTTPS support is only available if the socket module was compiled with SSL support.

Main features:

  • HTTP and HTTPS:
  • HTTPS support is only available if the socket module was compiled with SSL support.
  • Keep-Alive:
  • Supports HTTP 1.1 Keep-Alive, keeping the socket open and performing multiple requests over the same connection if possible.
  • Authentication:
  • The following types of HTTP Authentication are supported. These can be used over both HTTP and HTTPS.
  • Digest
  • Basic
  • WSSE
  • HMAC Digest
  • Google Account Authentication
  • Caching:
  • The module can optionally operate with a private cache that understands the Cache-Control: header and uses both the ETag and Last-Modified cache validators.
  • All Methods:
  • The module can handle any HTTP request method, not just GET and POST.
  • Redirects:
  • Automatically follows 3XX redirects on GETs.
  • Compression:
  • Handles both 'deflate' and 'gzip' types of compression.
  • Lost update support:
  • Automatically adds back ETags into PUT requests to resources we have already cached. This implements Section 3.2 of Detecting the Lost Update Problem Using Unreserved Checkout.
  • Unit Tested:
  • A large and growing set of unit tests.

last updated on:
March 10th, 2013, 3:15 GMT
file size:
160 KB
price:
FREE!
developed by:
httplib2 Team
license type:
MIT License 
operating system(s):
Mac OS X
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What's New in This Release:
  • More fixes for the App Engine support.
  • Added a new feature that allows you to supply your own provider for the CA_CERTS file. Just create a module named ca_certs_locater that has a method get() that returns the file location of the CA_CERTS file.
  • Lots of clean up of the code formatting to make it more consistent.
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