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Flask Regex Routes.

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Flask-Reggie

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Enable Regex Routes within Flask

Installation

pip install flask-reggie

Configuration

To enable regex routes within your application

from flask import Flask
from flask_reggie import Reggie

app = Flask(__name__)
Reggie(app)

or

from flask import Flask
from flask_reggie import Reggie

reggie = Reggie()

def create_app():
    app = Flask(__name__)
    reggie.init_app(app)
    return app

Usage

If we were looking to have a UUID supplied as a view argument, we would follow this pattern

@app.route('/<regex("[0-9a-f]{32}"):uuid>')
def example(uuid):
    return uuid

As you can see, we are able to supply a regular expression, and have it passed as a view argument.

Simple.

History

0.0.2 (6/7/2013)

  • Added requirements.txt for Testing Packages.
  • Included License.
  • PEP8 Compliance (and Docstrings).
  • setup.py now pushes package data.
  • Updated TravisCI (Comprehensive tests of multiple versions of Flask).

0.0.1 (20/12/2012)

  • Conception
  • Initial Commit of Package to GitHub.

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