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Fastly python API

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## Fastly Python Client

fastly-py is available through `pip` as the [fastly]( package

There are three simple scripts provided in `/bin` that can be used for various stand-alone purge operations.

### Usage

import fastly
api = fastly.API()
api.purge_url('', '/some/path')

### TODO:

Doc files
Config file

### Running Tests

$ python -m test.api_test

#### Set up environment configuration
We use Python's [os]( and a `.env` file to manage environment variables in development and test environments. See the list of required environment variables in the `.env.example` file in the root directory.

To optionally set values for testing, make a copy of `.env.example` and name it `.env`.

cp .env.example .env

# Note:
# If using direnv, you can just use it as a `.envrc` file and not have to `source` it manually.

# Using your favorite editor, update the values of the environment variables in `.env` and then

source .env

### Distributing a package

$ python register

Follow the prompts to create an account or login. The `register` command also ensures that your account has access to the fastly package on PyPi.

$ python sdist upload

Builds and uploads to PyPi. More info on this at the [python site](
You will need to be granted access to the fastly package in order to push.

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