Source code for w3lib.http

from base64 import urlsafe_b64encode

[docs]def headers_raw_to_dict(headers_raw): r""" Convert raw headers (single multi-line bytestring) to a dictionary. For example: >>> import w3lib.http >>> w3lib.http.headers_raw_to_dict(b"Content-type: text/html\n\rAccept: gzip\n\n") # doctest: +SKIP {'Content-type': ['text/html'], 'Accept': ['gzip']} Incorrect input: >>> w3lib.http.headers_raw_to_dict(b"Content-typt gzip\n\n") {} >>> Argument is ``None`` (return ``None``): >>> w3lib.http.headers_raw_to_dict(None) >>> """ if headers_raw is None: return None headers = headers_raw.splitlines() headers_tuples = [header.split(b':', 1) for header in headers] result_dict = {} for header_item in headers_tuples: if not len(header_item) == 2: continue item_key = header_item[0].strip() item_value = header_item[1].strip() if item_key in result_dict: result_dict[item_key].append(item_value) else: result_dict[item_key] = [item_value] return result_dict
[docs]def headers_dict_to_raw(headers_dict): r""" Returns a raw HTTP headers representation of headers For example: >>> import w3lib.http >>> w3lib.http.headers_dict_to_raw({b'Content-type': b'text/html', b'Accept': b'gzip'}) # doctest: +SKIP 'Content-type: text/html\\r\\nAccept: gzip' >>> Note that keys and values must be bytes. Argument is ``None`` (returns ``None``): >>> w3lib.http.headers_dict_to_raw(None) >>> """ if headers_dict is None: return None raw_lines = [] for key, value in headers_dict.items(): if isinstance(value, bytes): raw_lines.append(b": ".join([key, value])) elif isinstance(value, (list, tuple)): for v in value: raw_lines.append(b": ".join([key, v])) return b'\r\n'.join(raw_lines)
[docs]def basic_auth_header(username, password, encoding='ISO-8859-1'): """ Return an `Authorization` header field value for `HTTP Basic Access Authentication (RFC 2617)`_ >>> import w3lib.http >>> w3lib.http.basic_auth_header('someuser', 'somepass') 'Basic c29tZXVzZXI6c29tZXBhc3M=' .. _HTTP Basic Access Authentication (RFC 2617): """ auth = "%s:%s" % (username, password) if not isinstance(auth, bytes): # XXX: RFC 2617 doesn't define encoding, but ISO-8859-1 # seems to be the most widely used encoding here. See also: # auth = auth.encode(encoding) return b'Basic ' + urlsafe_b64encode(auth)