Houdini escaping library bindings for Python.
Houdini bindings for Python (c.f. https://github.com/vmg/houdini)
Installation is with pip:
pip install houdini
You need to have the houdini shared library available somewhere on your dynamic linker’s search path—some instructions are provided below.
>>> import houdini >>> print(houdini.escape_html("3 < 5")) 3 > 5
The API is as described in the library’s README, except all these functions accept a unicode string and return a unicode string. If no escaping is done, the return value will be the original string:
>>> string = "hello" >>> houdini.escape_html(string) is string True
N.B.: this doesn’t apply to Houdini itself, but all the code written by me is released as follows:
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