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Project description

Codewars.nl

Make sure to install all the dependencies needed for each individual module.

Dependencies

Required:

- `sudo apt-get install gcc`
- `sudo apt-get install libbluetooth-dev`

Install latest version (stable)

pip install codewars

Alternative versions

1. Go to "https://github.com/0x78f1935/codewars/releases" and do
2. Download the latest version, unzip it.
3. Open a virtualenv and navigate to the extracted folder.
4. Now install the wheel package:
    `python -m pip install codewars-x_x_x_whl`

Install development version (unstable)

pip install git+https://github.com/0x78f1935/codewars@master

Docker

There is also a Dockerfile and a docker-compose.yaml file which include a python build where codewars will be preinstalled. You can modify the dockerfile to your liking. The Dockerfile downloads always the unstable version by default.

Examples

Info

Refer for detailed documentation to here

In the following section you will find a brief example on how to use this code. This library is ment to grow over time so more examples to come...

Logger

Example:
```
from codewars.logger import Logger
logger = Logger(appname="test", mode="DEBUG", write=False)
logger._testLoggerClass()
logger.info("Hello World!")
```

Note

The whole module makes use of the Logger class instead of the print method.

UnitTests

Example:
```
from codewars.unittest import Test
print(Test().run())
```

BlueTooth

Example:
```
from codewars.bluetooth import Bluetooth
bt = Bluetooth()  # Initialize the class, Scans once
scan_results1 = bt.scan()  # Scan area for the default 10 seconds, this is \
# also executed when this class initializes
scan_results2 = bt.run_until_discovered()  # Scan until a device is found
print("Scan results1: {}".format(scan_results1))
print("Scan results2: {}".format(scan_results2))
```

Wifi

Example:
```
from codewars.wifi import Wifi
wifi = Wifi("enp0s31f6")
sniff_results = wifi.sniff(totalResults=10)
print(sniff_results)
info_results = wifi.info(sniff_results)
print(info_results)
wifi.sniff_forever(duration=300)
```

Surfer

Example:
```
from codewars.surf import Surfer
from asyncio import get_event_loop
surf = Surfer(loop=get_event_loop())
# GET METHODS
print(surf.get(url='http://httpbin.org/get')) # Read page
print(surf.get(url='http://httpbin.org/get', json=True)) # Read json
print(surf.get(url='http://httpbin.org/basic-auth/test/test1123', auth=('test', 'test1123'), json=True))
# POST METHODS
print(surf.post(
    url='http://httpbin.org/post',
    header={'api_key': 'special-key'},
    data={
        "id": 0x78f1935,
        "username": "codewars",
    },
    json=True
    ))
```

Scraper

Example
```
from codewars.scraper import Scraper
scraper = Scraper(debug=True)
scraper.hrefs(url = 'https://codewars.nl/space')
```

Refer for detailed documentation to here

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