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autoroutes 0.0.3

Routes for speed

Latest Version: 0.2.0

# Autoroutes

Routes for speed.

## Install

pip install autoroutes

## API

# Create a Routes instance
from autoroutes import Routes
routes = Routes()

# Register a new path
routes.connect('path/to/resource/{id}', something='value', anything='else')

# Try to match a path
> ({'something': 'value', 'anything': 'else'}, {'id': '1234'})

### Placeholders

Placeholders are defined by a curly brace pair: `path/{var}`. By default, this
will match any character but the slash ('/') (`[^/]+`).

It's possible to control the placeholder type, either by:
- using a named type: `w`/`word`, `i`/`int`, `*`/`path`, `s`/`string`:


- using a simple (optimizable) pattern: `\w+`, `[0-9a-z]+`, `[a-z0-9]+`,
`[a-z]+`, `\d+`, `[0-9]+`, `[^-]+`, `.+`


- using a normal regex (slower; also note that regex containing curly braces is
not yet supported)


Placeholders can appear anywhere in the path


## Building from source

pip install cython
make compile
python develop

## Tests

make test

## Benchmark


See [Benchmark]( for more

## Acknowledgements

This package has been first made as a Cython port of the [R3](
C router.
See also [python-r3]( which was a first
attempt to wrap R3. I was unhappy with the stability, and more curious about
Cython, so I tried to make a first POC port, and was happy with it.
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