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Revision 1.2 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Oct 1 06:48:37 2020 UTC (12 months, 2 weeks ago) by adam
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py-httpcore: updated to 0.11.1 0.11.1 Fixed - Add await to async semaphore release() coroutine - Drop incorrect curio classifier 0.11.0 The Transport API with 0.11.0 has a couple of significant changes. Firstly we've moved changed the request interface in order to allow extensions, which will later enable us to support features such as trailing headers, HTTP/2 server push, and CONNECT/Upgrade connections. The interface changes from: ```python def request(method, url, headers, stream, timeout): return (http_version, status_code, reason, headers, stream) ``` To instead including an optional dictionary of extensions on the request and response: ```python def request(method, url, headers, stream, ext): return (status_code, headers, stream, ext) ``` Having an open-ended extensions point will allow us to add later support for various optional features, that wouldn't otherwise be supported without these API changes. In particular: * Trailing headers support. * HTTP/2 Server Push * sendfile. * Exposing raw connection on CONNECT, Upgrade, HTTP/2 bi-di streaming. * Exposing debug information out of the API, including template name, template context. Currently extensions are limited to: * request: `timeout` - Optional. Timeout dictionary. * response: `http_version` - Optional. Include the HTTP version used on the response. * response: `reason` - Optional. Include the reason phrase used on the response. Only valid with HTTP/1.*. See https://github.com/encode/httpx/issues/1274#issuecomment-694884553 for the history behind this. Secondly, the async version of `request` is now namespaced as `arequest`. This allows concrete transports to support both sync and async implementations on the same class. Added - Add curio support. - Add anyio support, with `backend="anyio"`. Changed - Update the Transport API to use 'ext' for optional extensions. - Update the Transport API to use `.request` and `.arequest` so implementations can support both sync and async. 0.10.2 Added - Added Unix Domain Socket support. Fixed - Always include the port on proxy CONNECT requests. - Fix `max_keepalive_connections` configuration. - Fixes behaviour in HTTP/1.1 where server disconnects can be used to signal the end of the response body. 0.10.1 - Include `max_keepalive_connections` on `AsyncHTTPProxy`/`SyncHTTPProxy` classes. 0.10.0 The most notable change in the 0.10.0 release is that HTTP/2 support is now fully optional. Use either `pip install httpcore` for HTTP/1.1 support only, or `pip install httpcore[http2]` for HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/2 support. Added - HTTP/2 support becomes optional. - Add `local_address=...` support. - Add `PlainByteStream`, `IteratorByteStream`, `AsyncIteratorByteStream`. The `AsyncByteSteam` and `SyncByteStream` classes are now pure interface classes. - Add `LocalProtocolError`, `RemoteProtocolError` exceptions. - Add `UnsupportedProtocol` exception. - Add `.get_connection_info()` method. - Add better TRACE logs. Changed - `max_keepalive` is deprecated in favour of `max_keepalive_connections`. Fixed - Improve handling of server disconnects.
Revision 1.1 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Jun 3 14:18:43 2020 UTC (16 months, 2 weeks ago) by adam
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py-httpcore: added version 0.9.1 The HTTP Core package provides a minimal low-level HTTP client, which does one thing only. Sending HTTP requests. It does not provide any high level model abstractions over the API, does not handle redirects, multipart uploads, building authentication headers, transparent HTTP caching, URL parsing, session cookie handling, content or charset decoding, handling JSON, environment based configuration defaults, or any of that Jazz. Some things HTTP Core does do: * Sending HTTP requests. * Provides both sync and async interfaces. * Supports HTTP/1.1 and HTTP/2. * Async backend support for asyncio and trio. * Automatic connection pooling. * HTTP(S) proxy support.
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