A Python lib for Privacy.com
A Python wrapper for the Privacy API.
To install Privacy.py into your environment, simply run this:
pip install Privacy.py
Privacy's api has 3 groups of endpoints (which are differentiated by access): basic endpoints, premium endpoints and sandboxed endpoints.
These endpoints can be access by any account.
import privacy client = privacy.Client("api-key") # This supports `with privacy.Client("api-key") as client:` # Returns an iterator of the cards available to your account (based on optional args). iter_cards = client.cards_list( token=str, # The token of a specific card (will still return an iterator of either 1 or 0 object(s)). begin="YYYY-MM-DD", # Used to get cards that were created after the specified date. end="YYYY-MM-DD", # Used to get cards that were created before the specified date. ) # Returns an iterator of the transactions related to your account (based on optional args). iter_transactions = client.transactions_list( approval_status="all", # Used to only get transactions with a specific status. # Can be `approvals`, `declines` or `all` and defaults to `all`. token=str, # Used to get a specific transaction (will still return an iterator if passed). card_token=str, # Used to get transactions related to a specific card. begin="YYYY-MM-DD", # Used to get transactions that were created after the specified date. end="YYYY-MM-DD", # Used to get transactions that were created before the specified date. ) # With this being mirrored by the following function on the Card object. iter_transactions = Card.get_transactions(*, **) # Where card_token is from card this is attached to.
These endpoints can only be accessed by premium accounts.
# Used to create a card. card = client.cards_create( card_type=privacy.schema.cards.Type, # The card type. memo=str, # An optional card name. spend_limit=int, # An optional spend limit (in pennies). spend_limit_duration=privacy.schema.cards.SpendLimitDuration, # Optional, used to set how long the spend limit lasts. ) # Used to modify a card based on it's token and optional args. card = client.cards_modify( token=str, # The token of the card being modified. state=privacy.schema.cards.States, # Used to change the state of the card (cannot be reversed when set to `CLOSED`). memo=str, # Used to change the name of the card. spend_limit=int, # Used to change spend limit for the card (in pennies). spend_limit_duration=privacy.schema.cards.SpendLimitDuration, # Used to change how long the spend limit lasts. ) # With this being mirrored by the following function on the Card object. card.update(*, **) # Where the token used is from the card this is attached to. # Used to get a hosted card UI. client.hoisted_card_ui_get( embed_request=privacy.schema.embeds.EmbedRequest, # An embed request object. )
The endpoints can only be accessed on Privacy's separate sandboxed api
(switched to by passing
sandboxed=True through to
Any changes made on these endpoints won't effect Privacy's actual service as these exist purely for debugging purposes.
These endpoints can be accessed using
client.[auth_simulate, void_simulate, clearing_simulate, return_simulate].
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