Fastly python API
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.
import fastly api = fastly.API() api.authenticate_by_key('MYKEY') api.purge_url('www.example.com', '/some/path')
Doc files Docstrings Config file
$ 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
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 setup.py 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 setup.py 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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