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Experimental Python wrapper for Simple-RFC1738-Encoder written in JavasScript.

Project description

Experimental Python wrapper for Simple-RFC1738-Encoder written in JavasScript.

More info about Simple-RFC1738-Encoder: https://github.com/RDCH106/Simple-RFC1738-Encoder

What can I do with pySRE?

  • The same as original library of Simple-RFC1738-Encoder

Installation

You can install or upgrade pySRE with:

  • $ pip install pySRE --upgrade

Or you can install from source with:

  • $ git clone https://github.com/RDCH106/pySRE.git --recursive
  • $ cd pySRE
  • $ pip install -r requirements.txt

Quick example

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from pySRE import pySRE

# Choose your Engine using:
#    pySRE.SUPPORTED_ENGINES
#
# Example:
#    pySRE.PySRC(pySRE.SUPPORTED_ENGINES.Node)

pySRE = pySRE.PySRC()  # automatically picks the best runtime
print("\nCurrrent engine: %s\n" % pySRE.execjs_engine)

my_url = "http://mascandobits.es?fullname=Rubén de Celis Hernández"
print("Original URL: %s" % my_url)
my_url = pySRE.convert_to_url(my_url)
print("RFC1738 URL: %s" % my_url)
my_url = pySRE.convert_to_string(my_url)
print("Decoded RFC1738 URL: %s" % my_url)
my_url = pySRE.convert_to_url_with_utf8(my_url)
print("RFC1738 URL with UTF8: %s" % my_url)
my_url = pySRE.convert_to_string_with_utf8(my_url)
print("Decoded RFC1738 URL with UTF8: %s" % my_url)

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