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google.directions 0.3

A python api to google directions

Introduction

This lib allows you to query the google direction api from your python code, i.e. without a browser. The parser will give you a dict of anything that google knows about the direction: Distance, waypoints, corrected addresses and much more.

Although you have direct access to the parser output, you may also use the convenient api as seen in the Usage part below.

Usage

>>> from google.directions import GoogleDirections
>>> gd = GoogleDirections('your-google-directions-key')
>>> res = gd.query('berlin','paris')
>>> res.distance
1055351

You also have access to the raw parser data:

>>> res.result["Directions"]["Duration"]
{u'seconds': 34329, u'html': u'9 hours 32 mins'}

Have fun!

Contribution

If you extend the gdapi, I’d love to get your extensions. Just mail me the code and I’ll make a release. See below for the mail address.

Changelog

0.1 - Unreleased

0.2* - JS Parsers, DOM Parser fully working, Google API is working, but minimal.

0.2.1 - Fixed bad description and README.

0.2.2 - Fixed missing README.txt

0.2.3 - Allowed tab as space too

0.3 - splitted of the json parser as d9t.json. Now with tests and a better understanding of json.


  • Initial release
 
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google.directions-0.3.tar.gz (md5) Source 2009-03-30 16KB