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Generate curl commands from python-requests

Project description

rcurl

A simple package of generating curl statements from requests.

For now the supported methods are limited. Checl the samples in usage

Installation

pip install rcurl

Usage

import json

import requests

from rcurl import get_curl

req_one = requests.get("https://google.com")
curl_command_one = get_curl(req_one)

req_two = requests.post("https://google.com")
curl_command_two = get_curl(req_two)

data = json.dumps({'a': 'b', 'x': 45})
headers = {
    'content-type': 'application/json',
    'authorization': 'Bearer dhsfdJGHGDH'
}
req_three = requests.post("https://google.com", data=data, headers=headers)
curl_command_three = get_curl(req_three)

print (curl_command_one)
print (curl_command_two)
print (curl_command_three)

Build

python setup.py bdist_wheel sdist
twine upload dist/*

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