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CTCT Webservice Python Client Library

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Python Client Library was developed by Constant Contact Labs (http://www.ctctlabs.com). The library uses REST to communicate with the Constant Contact Web Service API (http://developer.constantcontact.com/doc/reference).

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  • Abstraction of CTCT Web Service APIs

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    This package does not has setup.py so we can't do pip install and also no version number to tag. So I had to check out then package it so we can do pip install and put in my on repo but one problem now I have to manually sync this two repo.

    Posted 01/23/2012
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