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Object-oriented URL from `urllib.parse` and `pathlib`

Project Description

Dependencies

Install

pip install urlpath

Examples

Import:

>>> from urlpath import URL

Create object:

>>> url = URL(
...     'https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/path/to/file.ext?field1=1&field2=2&field1=3#fragment')

Representation:

>>> url
URL('https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/path/to/file.ext?field1=1&field2=2&field1=3#fragment')
>>> print(url)
https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/path/to/file.ext?field1=1&field2=2&field1=3#fragment
>>> url.as_uri()
'https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/path/to/file.ext?field1=1&field2=2&field1=3#fragment'
>>> url.as_posix()
'https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/path/to/file.ext?field1=1&field2=2&field1=3#fragment'

Access pathlib.PurePath compatible properties:

>>> url.drive
'https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234'
>>> url.root
'/'
>>> url.anchor
'https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/'
>>> url.path
'/path/to/file.ext'
>>> url.name
'file.ext'
>>> url.suffix
'.ext'
>>> url.suffixes
['.ext']
>>> url.stem
'file'
>>> url.parts
('https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/', 'path', 'to', 'file.ext')
>>> url.parent
URL('https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/path/to')

Access scheme:

>>> url.scheme
'https'

Access netloc:

>>> url.netloc
'username:password@secure.example.com:1234'
>>> url.username
'username'
>>> url.password
'password'
>>> url.hostname
'secure.example.com'
>>> url.port
1234

Access query:

>>> url.query
'field1=1&field2=2&field1=3'
>>> url.form_fields
(('field1', '1'), ('field2', '2'), ('field1', '3'))
>>> url.form
<FrozenMultiDict {'field1': ('1', '3'), 'field2': ('2',)}>
>>> url.form.get_one('field1')
'1'
>>> url.form.get_one('field3') is None
True

Access fragment:

>>> url.fragment
'fragment'

Path operation:

>>> url / 'suffix'
URL('https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/path/to/file.ext/suffix')
>>> url / '../../rel'
URL('https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/path/to/file.ext/../../rel')
>>> (url / '../../rel').resolve()
URL('https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/path/rel')
>>> url / '/'
URL('https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/')
>>> url / 'http://example.com/'
URL('http://example.com/')

Replace components:

>>> url.with_scheme('http')
URL('http://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/path/to/file.ext?field1=1&field2=2&field1=3#fragment')
>>> url.with_netloc('www.example.com')
URL('https://www.example.com/path/to/file.ext?field1=1&field2=2&field1=3#fragment')
>>> url.with_userinfo('joe', 'pa33')
URL('https://joe:pa33@secure.example.com:1234/path/to/file.ext?field1=1&field2=2&field1=3#fragment')
>>> url.with_hostinfo('example.com', 8080)
URL('https://username:password@example.com:8080/path/to/file.ext?field1=1&field2=2&field1=3#fragment')
>>> url.with_fragment('new fragment')
URL('https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/path/to/file.ext?field1=1&field2=2&field1=3#new fragment')
>>> url.with_components(username=None, password=None, query='query', fragment='frag')
URL('https://secure.example.com:1234/path/to/file.ext?query#frag')

Replace query:

>>> url.with_query({'field3': '3', 'field4': [1, 2, 3]})
URL('https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/path/to/file.ext?field3=3&field4=1&field4=2&field4=3#fragment')
>>> url.with_query(field3='3', field4=[1, 2, 3])
URL('https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/path/to/file.ext?field3=3&field4=1&field4=2&field4=3#fragment')
>>> url.with_query('query')
URL('https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/path/to/file.ext?query#fragment')
>>> url.with_query(None)
URL('https://username:password@secure.example.com:1234/path/to/file.ext#fragment')

Do HTTP requests:

>>> url = URL('https://httpbin.org/get')
>>> url.get()
<Response [200]>

>>> url = URL('https://httpbin.org/post')
>>> url.post(data={'key': 'value'})
<Response [200]>

>>> url = URL('https://httpbin.org/delete')
>>> url.delete()
<Response [200]>

>>> url = URL('https://httpbin.org/patch')
>>> url.patch(data={'key': 'value'})
<Response [200]>

>>> url = URL('https://httpbin.org/put')
>>> url.put(data={'key': 'value'})
<Response [200]>

Jail:

>>> root = 'http://www.example.com/app/'
>>> current = 'http://www.example.com/app/path/to/content'
>>> url = URL(root).jailed / current
>>> url / '/root'
JailedURL('http://www.example.com/app/root')
>>> (url / '../../../../../../root').resolve()
JailedURL('http://www.example.com/app/root')
>>> url / 'http://localhost/'
JailedURL('http://www.example.com/app/')
>>> url / 'http://www.example.com/app/file'
JailedURL('http://www.example.com/app/file')

Trailing separator will be remained:

>>> url = URL('http://www.example.com/path/with/trailing/sep/')
>>> str(url).endswith('/')
True
>>> url.trailing_sep
'/'
>>> url.name
'sep'
>>> url.path
'/path/with/trailing/sep/'
>>> url.parts[-1]
'sep'

>>> url = URL('http://www.example.com/path/with/trailing/sep')
>>> str(url).endswith('/')
False
>>> url.trailing_sep
''
>>> url.name
'sep'
>>> url.path
'/path/with/trailing/sep'
>>> url.parts[-1]
'sep'
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