GetProx is a library for retrieving lists of free HTTP proxies from various online sites.
The package may be installed as follows:
pip install getprox
To retrieve proxies from all available sources, invoke the package as follows:
import getprox proxy_uri_list = getprox.proxy_get()
Proxies are returned in http://host:port format. By default, the proxies will be tested using a simple timeout test to determine whether they are alive. A list of supported proxy sources can be obtained via
proxy_src_list = getprox.sources()
Proxies may also be obtained from a specific source or sources. For example:
proxy_uri_list = getprox.proxy_get('letushide')
Internally, proxy retrieval and testing is performed asynchronously; one can also access the asynchronous mechanism as follows:
p = getprox.ProxyGet() # .. wait for a while .. proxy_src_list = p.get()
Instantiation of the ProxyGet class will launch threads that perform retrieval and testing. If the threads finish running, the get() method will return the retrieved proxy URIs; if not, the method will return an empty list.
The latest release of the package may be obtained from GitHub.
This software is licensed under the BSD License.
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