requests 0.6.0

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requests are the most existing Python modules for dealing HTTP requests are insane.Developer commentsI have to look up everything that I want to do. Most of my worst Python experiences are a result of the various built-in HTTP libraries (yes, even worse than Logging).But this one's different. This one's going to be awesome. And simple.Usage:It couldn't be simpler.>>> import requests>>> r = requests.get('http://google.com')HTTPS? Basic Authentication?>>> r = requests.get('https://convore.com/api/account/verify.json')>>> r.status_code401Uh oh, we're not authorized! Let's add authentication.>>> conv_auth = requests.AuthObject('requeststest', 'requeststest')>>> r = requests.get('https://convore.com/api/account/verify.json', auth=conv_auth)>>> r.status_code200>>> r.headers['content-type']'application/json'>>> r.content'{"username": "requeststest", "url": "/users/requeststest/", "id": "9408", "img": "censored-long-url"}'APIRequests:All request functions return a Response object (see below). GET Requests >>> request.get(url, params={}, headers={} auth=None) < request object > HEAD Requests >>> request.head(url, params={}, headers={} auth=None) < request object > PUT Requests >>> request.put(url, data='', headers={}, auth=None) < request object > POST Requests >>> request.post(url, data={}, headers={}, auth=None) < request object > DELETE Requests >>> request.delete(url, params={}, headers={}, auth=None) < request object >Responses: Request.status_code: (Integer) Received HTTP Status Code Response Request.headers: (Dictionary) Received HTTP Response Headers Request.content: (Bytes) Received ContentHTTP Authentication Registry: You can register AuthObjects to automatically enable HTTP Authentication on requests that contain a registered base URL string. >>> requests.add_autoauth(url, authobject)Installation:To install requests, simply:pip install requestsOr, if you absolutely must:easy_install requestsBut, you really shouldn't do that.
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