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Module to work with bencoded strings (python 2.X)

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What is a Bencoded String?

Bencode (pronounced like B encode) is the encoding used by the peer-to-peer file sharing system BitTorrent for storing and transmitting loosely structured data.

For more info on bencoding check out this.

It provides:
  • decoding of the different bencoded elements
  • encoding of the allowed types (byte strings, integers, lists, and dictionaries).

Requires Python 2.6 or later.

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