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dreid93

dreid93

Joined on Jan 17, 2014

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cavirtex-sdk

Last released on Sep 12, 2014

# CaVirtex Python SDK This project is a thin wrapper on top of the CaVirtex API allows for easy integration to the API in the python programming language. ## To Do - [x] public api - [x] trading api - [ ] merchant api I am currently unsure what the merchant API looks like, or how much use it would be supporting it here. ## Installation **Note :** This is not yet the case. Please clone and install via `pip install .` from within the clone, **for now**. This library should be pushed to PyPi very soon. ``` $ pip install cavirtex-sdk ``` ## Documentation Assume all of the following documentation begins with : ```python >>> import cavirtex as cvx ``` ### Public #### `cavirtex.orderbook` ```python >>> orders = cvx.orderbook() ``` The number of days back to run may also be included ```python >>> orders = cvx.orderbook(days=10) # retrieves the previous 10 days of orders ``` or a date range may be specified using python date objects ```python >>> import datetime >>> orders = cvx.orderbook( ... start=datetime.date(year=2014, month=03, day=10) ... end=datetime.date(year=2014, month=03, day=20)) ``` #### `cavirtex.tradebook` #### `cavirtex.ticker` ### Private All private API requests are based around a user object. The user object is created with the token and secret : ```python >>> user = cvx.User(token, secret) ``` The user may then be queried for the following : #### `cavirtex.User.balance` **Returns :** ```javascript { BTC: ..., CAD: ..., LTC: ... } ``` #### `cavirtex.User.transactions` #### `cavirtex.User.trades` #### `cavirtex.User.orders` **Note :** The following methods are not covered by tests. #### `cavirtex.User.create_order` #### `cavirtex.User.cancel_order` #### `cavirtex.User.withdraw` ## Authors - Dawson Reid (dreid93@gmail.com)

click-datetime

Last released on Aug 25, 2016

Datetime type support for click.

pistol

Last released on Jun 18, 2014

UNKNOWN

splashio

Last released on Jul 27, 2014

The splash SDK server.

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