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A library to generate AWS S3 Signed Requests

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A library to generate AWS S3 Signed Requests

Usage

PUT a file

from s3sign import S3PUTSigner

file_name = 'tos3.png'
mime_type = 'image/png'
valid = 60  # seconds
# S3_NAME, AWS_ACCESS_KEY, AWS_SECRET_KEY can be set as environment
# variables or passed as keyword arguments
signer = S3PUTSigner()

# Get the signature
put_signature = signer.get_signed_url(file_name, valid, mime_type)

# Use the signature to upload a file
url = put_signature['signed_url']
headers = put_signature['headers']
content = open(file_name, 'rb').read()

# PUT the object
requests.put(url, data=content, headers=headers)

GET a file

signer = S3GETSigner()

object_name = <the object name>
signed_url = signer.get_signed_url(object_name, valid)
url = signed_url['signed_url']
requests.get(url)

Run test

export S3_BUCKET=<your-bucket>
export AWS_ACCESS_KEY=<your-access-key>
export AWS_SECRET_KEY=<your-secret-key>
python -m unittest discover

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