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tld 0.7.6

Extracts the top level domain (TLD) from the URL given.

Package Documentation

Latest Version: 0.7.8

Extracts the top level domain (TLD) from the URL given. List of TLD names is taken from Mozilla.

Optionally raises exceptions on non-existing TLDs or silently fails (if fail_silently argument is set to True). Knows about active and inactive TLDs. If only active TLDs shall be matched against, active_only argument shall be set to True (default - False).

Installation

Latest stable version on PyPI:

$ pip install tld

Latest development version:

$ pip install -e hg+http://bitbucket.org/barseghyanartur/tld#egg=tld

Usage example

To get the top level domain name from the URL given:

from tld import get_tld
print get_tld("http://www.google.co.uk")
# 'google.co.uk'

print get_tld("http://www.google.idontexist", fail_silently=True)
# None

If you wish, you could get the result as an object:

from tld import get_tld
res = get_tld("http://some.subdomain.google.co.uk", as_object=True)
print res
# 'google.co.uk'

print res.subdomain
# 'some.subdomain'

print res.domain
# 'google'

print res.suffix
# 'co.uk'

print res.tld
# 'google.co.uk'

To update/sync the tld names with the most recent version run the following from your terminal:

$ update-tld-names

or simply do:

from tld.utils import update_tld_names
update_tld_names()

Troubleshooting

If somehow domain names listed here are not recognised, make sure you have the most recent version of TLD names in your virtual environment:

$ update-tld-names

License

MPL 1.1/GPL 2.0/LGPL 2.1

Support

For any issues contact me at the e-mail given in the Author section.

Author

Artur Barseghyan <artur.barseghyan@gmail.com>

 
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