Library for management of handles
PyHandle is a Python client library for interaction with a Handle System server, providing basic create, read, update and delete capabilities for Handles. The library offers a client for the HTTP REST interface, a client that interacts directly with a Handle server SQL back-end and a client that creates customized Batch files. The latter contain Batch operations, that can be performed using the GenericBatch command utility provided by the Handle System.
PyHandle currently supports Python 2.6, 2.7 and 3.5, and requires at least a Handle System server 8.1. The library requires OpenSSL v1.0.1 or higher.
PyHandle is based on a prior development of the EUDAT project under the name B2Handle. As B2Handle was developed with a specific scope - Handle operations in the EUDAT project - in mind, it has been improved and made more generic to cater to a broader audience.
You can install the PyHandle library as follows:
python setup.py install
The library is also available on PyPi and can be installed via pip:
pip install pyhandle
For more information on the methods offered by the library, please consult the technical documentation. # Building the documentation
For more details about the library you can build the documention using Sphinx, requiring at least version 1.3. Sphinx and can be installed via pip. To build HTML documentation locally, then run:
python setup.py build_sphinx
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