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Boto Plugin for CloeePy Framework

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# CloeePy-RabbitMQ
Boto Plugin for the CloeePy Framework

Attaches a Boto Session to CloeePy application context.

## Installation

`pip install CloeePy-Boto`

## Configuration

### Configuration Basics
CloeePy-Boto configuration is by environment variables, and text-based
configuration is note supported. All you need to do is ensure
`cloeepy_boto` is listed under `CloeePy.Plugins`

To learn what environment variables to configure, read the
[Boto3 Docs](

cloeepy_boto: {}

### Customize Plugin Namespace

By default, your connection is available on the CloeePy application context as
`app.boto`. Optionally you can specify a different namespace by which you access
the rabbitmq connection via `pluginNamespace`.

pluginNamespace: customBotoNS

Then, you would access your Boto connection on the application context like so:

app = CloeePy()
result =

## Usage
import os
from cloeepy import CloeePy

if __name__ == "__main__":
# Required: set config path as environment variable
os.environ["CLOEEPY_CONFIG_PATH"] = "./example-config.yml"

# instantiate application instance
app = CloeePy()

# create s3 resource and print bucket names
s3 = app.boto.resource('s3')
for bucket in s3.buckets.all():

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