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datasift 2.0.11

The official DataSift API library for Python.

Latest Version: 2.1.1

This is the official Python library for accessing DataSift.

We have recently performed a major update to this library. The previous version is available here. That version will be supported until 4th September 2014.

Installation

Install with pip:

pip install datasift

Install from source:

git clone https://github.com/datasift/datasift-python.git
cd datasift-python
python setup.py install

Usage

Full documentation is available at http://datasift.github.io/datasift-python

Supported Operating Environment

This version of the client library has been tested, and is known to work against the following language versions and Operating Systems:

Language versions

  • Python 2.6
  • Python 2.7
  • Python 3.3
  • Python 3.4
  • pypy 2.7

Operating Systems

  • Linux
  • BSD
  • OS X
  • Windows 7/8

Style Guide

This code should conform to pep8, with the exception of E501, the 79 character line limit.

It can be style checked with the pep8 module by running pep8 --show-source --ignore=E501 datasift/*.py

Requirements

Supports Python 2.6, 2.7 and 3.3, as well as pypy. Uses requests, autobahn, six, twisted, pyopenssl and dateutil.

On non-Windows systems, the twisted and pyopenssl packages require the Python and OpenSSL development headers before they can be installed. These are usually provided by distribution package managers in a separate package to the main packages.

License

All code contained in this repository is Copyright 2012-Present MediaSift Ltd.

This code is released under the BSD license. Please see the LICENSE file for more details.

Changelog

  • v.2.0.11 Added support for pause and resume in historics (2014-08-27)

  • v.2.0.10 Bumped to release stable version (2014-08-27)

  • v.2.0.9 Bumped to release Dynamic Lists and new Managed Sources endpoints (2014-08-27)

  • v.2.0.8 Bumped to release stable version (2014-06-04)

  • v.2.0.7 Small bugfix for livestreaming (2014-05-09)

  • v.2.0.6 Added windows support for livestreaming (2014-05-09)

  • v.2.0.5 Added support for all 3 outputs in pull (2014-04-29)

  • v.2.0.4 Upgraded the output mapper date logic to be more robust (2014-03-18)

  • v.2.0.3 Fixed secure websockets on OpenSSL >1.0 (2014-02-20)

  • v.2.0.2 Improved reconnection logic for livestreaming (2014-02-20)

  • v.2.0.1 Fixed disconnect problems in livestreaming on slow streams (2014-02-19)

  • v.2.0.0 Ground up rewrite. (2014-02-14)

  • v.0.5.7 Fixed issues with buffers on reconnections (2013-06-28)

  • v.0.5.6 Fixed broken tests, multistreaming, reconnection timeout (2013-05-03)

  • v.0.5.5 Introduced automatic reconnection after 65 seconds of no data or ticks. Solves ‘silent disconnect’ issue (2013-03-06)

  • v.0.5.4 Removed checks for existance of deprecated ‘volume_info’ field in historics/prepare response (2013-01-18)

  • v.0.5.3 Added missing Historic sample size into historic/prepare requests (2012-12-03)

  • v.0.5.2 Patch for the missing availability info after Historic/prepare [woozyking](https://github.com/woozyking) (2012-11-28)

  • v.0.5.1 Removed unit tests that are no longer required (2012-08-30)

  • v.0.5.0 Added support for Historic queries and Push delivery (2012-08-27)

  • v.0.4.0 Fixed issues with SSL timeouts & low throughput streams (2012-08-08)

  • v.0.3.0 Added SSL support and fixed a reconnection bug (2012-05-16)

    The SSL support is enabled by default and can be disabled by passing false as the third parameter to the User constructor, or calling enableSSL(false) on the User object.

  • v.0.2.0 Fixed the handling of error messages in streams (2012-05-04)

  • v.0.1.1 Initial release (2012-03-09)

 
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