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This WSGI middleware will display the headers of the incoming request and the outgoing response. You can also optionally display the request or response body.

Use it like this:

from debugheaders import DebugHeaders

def application(environ, start_response):
    blah blah blah

application = DebugHeaders(application,
                           show_body=True, show_response_body=True,

show_body shows the request body, show_response_body does what you would expect, and this information is written to the stream given by output (defaults to stdout, can be any object with a .write() method, and 'wsgi.errors' is special and means to write to environ['wsgi.errors']).

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