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Client API for talking to an Encapsia system.

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Encapsia API Library

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REST API for working with Encapsia.


pip install encapsia-api


encapsia-api is a python package managed with poetry. You will need python 3.8 or newer. To get started, after checking out this repository, run:

poetry install

Code Style

Code in this project should be auto-formatted using black and adhere to isort-like imports, and should pass linting and checks. You can run the following commands manually, or integrate the tooling in your dev environment, but see also the next section.

poetry run black .
poetry run ruff check .
poetry run mypy .

Ruff can fix some of the issues it finds. For example, it can fix the style of importing modules, but it can do much more. This can be done with running:

poetry run ruff check --fix .

However, please make sure you check the fixes it performs!

Revision Control

The release branch for this project is master and feature branches should be merged into it via pull requests.

This repository uses pre-commit to run various checks with git pre-commit hooks. To get started, run:

pre-commit install

After this, configured checks are run before you commit changes. You can also run them explicitly for all files:

pre-commit run -a


encapsia-api adheres to Semantic Versioning.

To change the version, run:

poetry version <specifier>   # e.g. patch

or edit the version string in pyproject.toml. In any case, update the following file to match the new version: encapsia_api/

Note that we are yet in <1.0.0 land and thus version changes are not too strict and backward-incompatible changes may still occur before 1.0.0.


Manually build by running:

poetry build

Updating Dependencies

This is achieved with:

poetry update
poetry lock
poetry export -f requirements.txt > requirements.txt

How to Run Tests


poetry run pytest

Continuous Integration

This project uses Github Actions to for linting, checking, and running the tests on commit to or pull requests targeting the main branch.

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