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Throwing web exceptions like in AioHTTP

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Throwing web exceptions like in AioHTTP

What and why?

In AioHTTP you can raise any response as exception (this is very cool). But Django can raise only 3+1 web exceptions.

This package allow you to raise as exception any of HTTP response.


The full documentation is at


Install Django Web Exceptions:

pip install django-web-exceptions

Add it to your MIDDLEWARE:

    # ...
    # ...


Import exceptions and raise anywhere

from web_exceptions import exceptions

# ...

def index(request):
    """ Simple view raise redirectexception """
    raise exceptions.HTTPMovedPermanently('/foo')

Also you can customize any kind of exception status code as custom handler, defined in like django error handlers .

from myapp import views

handler300 = <callable view>
handler400 = <callable view>
handler<status_code> = <callable view>

For more example see example proj

Running Tests

Does the code actually work?

source <YOURVIRTUALENV>/bin/activate
(myenv) $ pip install tox
(myenv) $ tox


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