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Trying to make it easy to accept payments in Python.

Project Description
Paython
=========

Trying to make it easy to accept payments in Python. So far, we're Paython.

Currently - you can just import the gateway needed from gateways & auth/settle/capture (sale)/void/credit once you instantiate with the proper credentials.

Supported Gateways
==================

* Stripe
* Authorize.net
* Innovative Gateway Solutions (Intuit)
* First Data Global Gateway (formerly Linkpoint?)
* PlugnPay
* Samurai

Usage
===========================
It's super simple to start:

Importing what you need

```py
from paython import CreditCard, AuthorizeNet
```

Setting up a credit card

```py
credit_card = CreditCard(
number = '4111111111111111',
exp_mo = '02',
exp_yr = '2012',
first_name = 'John',
last_name = 'Doe',
cvv = '911',
strict = False
)
```

Checking to see if it's valid

```py
if not credit_card.is_valid(): return 'houston, we have a problem' # checks card number + expiration date
```

Setting up customer data to charge, not all fields are required.

```py
customer_data = dict(
address='123 Main St',
address2='Apt 1',
city='Pleasantville',
state='IA',
zipcode='54321',
country='US',
phone='654-369-9589',
email='john@localwoodshop.com',
ip='127.0.0.1')
```

Trying to authorize against gateway, options include debug output or test credentials

```py
api = AuthorizeNet(username='test', password='testpassword', debug=True, test=True)
gateway_response = api.auth(amount='0.05', credit_card=credit_card, billing_info=customer_data, shipping_info=None)
```

Keep in mind, if you authorize, you need to settle

```py
api = AuthorizeNet(username='test', password='testpassword', debug=True, test=True)
gateway_response = api.settle(amount='0.05', trans_id='2156729380')
```

OR, you can capture instead

```py
api = AuthorizeNet(username='test', password='testpassword', debug=True, test=True)
gateway_response = api.capture(amount='0.05', credit_card=credit_card, billing_info=customer_data, shipping_info=None)
```


This is the standard paython response.

```py
gateway_response = {
'response_text': 'This transaction has been approved.',
'cvv_response': 'P',
'response_code': '1',
'trans_type': 'auth_only',
'amount': '0.05',
'avs_response': 'Y',
'response_reason_code': '1',
'trans_id': '2156729380',
'alt_trans_id': '',
'auth_code': 'IL2UW7',
'approved': True,
'response_time': '0.55'
}
```

Install Requirements
===========================

You need pip::

pip install -r requirements.txt

Run Tests
=========

Just run::

nosetests

Or with stats::

nosetests --quiet --with-coverage --cover-package paython

When initializing a gateway, debug will output request params, xml & response text or xml. test will use the test gateway endpoint, if there is one & will raise an error otherwise (NoTestEndpointError).
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