Download files using requests and save them to a target path
A convenient function to download to a file using requests.
url = "https://github.com/takluyver/requests_download/archive/master.zip" download(url, "requests_download.zip")
An optional headers= parameter is passed through to requests.
Trackers are a lightweight way to monitor the data being downloaded. Two trackers are included:
ProgressTracker - displays a progress bar, using the progressbar2 package.
HashTracker - wraps a hashlib object to calculate a hash (e.g. sha256 or md5) of the file as you download it.
Here’s an example of using both of them:
import hashlib # progressbar is provided by progressbar2 on PYPI. from progressbar import DataTransferBar from requests_download import download, HashTracker, ProgressTracker hasher = HashTracker(hashlib.sha256()) progress = ProgressTracker(DataTransferBar()) download('https://github.com/takluyver/requests_download/archive/master.zip', 'requests_download.zip', trackers=(hasher, progress)) assert hasher.hashobj.hexdigest() == '...'
To make your own tracker, subclass TrackerBase and define any of these methods:
from requests_download import TrackerBase class MyTracker(TrackerBase): def on_start(self, response): """Called with requests.Response object, which has response headers""" pass def on_chunk(self, chunk): """Called multiple times, with bytestrings of data received""" pass def on_finish(self): """Called when the download has completed""" pass
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