Thanks a lot for the information. pyfedora will be very usefull for me!!
Ricardo Borillo Domenech
On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 16:53, Peter Herndon <tpherndon@...> wrote:
> Hi Ricardo,
> It is open source, under the BSD license. At
> http://bitbucket.org/tpherndon/ you'll find both the pyfedora project, which
> is the Fedora REST client, and django-fedora, which uses pyfedora for Django
> integration. A lot of pyfedora (and *all* of django-fedora) is focused on
> my organization's specific needs (ingesting images, specifically), but the
> client itself (from pyfedora.client import FedoraClient) can be used for any
> purpose and wraps pretty much the entirety of the HTTP-accessible Fedora
> API. That is, not just the formal REST API, but also the remaining bits of
> API-A Lite and API-M Lite.
> Let me know if you run into any issues.
> On 09/29/2009 04:14 AM, Ricardo Borillo wrote:
>> Hi Peter,
>> Is your python client library an open project?
>> If so, where is published?
>> Thanks for such a contribution :)
>> Ricardo Borillo Domenech
>> On Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 22:05, Peter Herndon<tpherndon@...> wrote:
>>> On 08/25/2009 10:04 AM, Bill Branan wrote:
>>>> Hi Peter,
>>>> Here are a few things you can try, just to help track down the problem:
>>>> - Try the same action with several other files of varying type and size
>>>> - Try performing the request as a non-multipart
>>>> - Try using another client (a couple options:
>>>> If one of those works or provides a different error we'll have more to
>>>> go on in trying to track this down.
>>> Thanks, Bill, removing the multipart setup took care of the problem.
>>> I'm now just posting the file to the URL with the single Content-Type
>>> header, and the POST works successfully. That's different from what
>>> worked under 3.1, but as it's actually a simplification, I can't
>>> complain too much. :)
>>> Also, Poster is a great help. I'd used something similar on a Mac, but
>>> I've since switched to a Linux client, and the Mac app was a desktop
>>> app, not a Firefox add-on.
>>> Thanks very much! I'll be pushing up a new version of my client once I
>>> finish cleaning up the code (and setting up the additional
>>> version-dependent pathway).
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