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smk_python_sdk 1.0.4

Smarkets Python SDK - API clients and utility library

Latest Version: 1.1.13

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Smarkets Python library (streaming API client, id generation, more to come).

Compatible with Python 2.x >= 2.6 and PyPy 1.9+.

Documentation: http://smarkets-python-sdk.readthedocs.org/en/latest/

Installing using source distribution

When you install smk-python-sdk using PyPI distribution there are no non-Python dependencies. All the Python dependencies will be fetched for you when you install smk-python-sdk.

PyPI page: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/smk_python_sdk

pip install smk-python-sdk

Getting Started

import logging
logging.basicConfig(level=logging.DEBUG)

from smarkets.streaming_api.api import (
    BUY, GOOD_TIL_CANCELLED, OrderCreate, SessionSettings, Session, StreamingAPIClient)

username = 'username'
password = 'password'

settings = SessionSettings(username, password)
settings.host = 'api.smarkets.com'
settings.port = 3701

session = Session(settings)

client = StreamingAPIClient(session)

client.login()
client.ping()
client.read()
client.flush()

market_id = client.str_to_uuid128('fc024')

order = OrderCreate()
order.quantity = 400000 # £40 payout
order.price = 2500 # 25.00%
order.side = BUY
order.market = market_id
order.contract = client.str_to_uuid128('fcccc')
order.time_in_force = GOOD_TIL_CANCELLED

client.send(order)
client.logout()

Registering callbacks

from google.protobuf import text_format

def login_response(msg):
    print("eto.login_response", text_format.MessageToString(msg))

def global_callback(name, msg):
    print(name, text_format.MessageToString(msg))

client.add_handler('eto.login_response', login_response)
client.add_global_handler(global_callback)

Thread Safety

Functions and class members contained in this package are thread safe. Instance members are not thread safe.

Development

GitHub repository: https://github.com/smarkets/smk_python_sdk/

Non-Python dependencies:

  • piqi
  • Google protocol buffers compiler and libraries

You can install Python dependencies by executing:

pip install -r requirements-dev-py2.txt

To build and install call:

python setup.py clean build install

License

Copyright (C) 2011-2013 Smarkets Limited <support@smarkets.com>

This module is released under the MIT License: http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php (or see the LICENSE file)

 
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