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Pillar Python REST SDK

Integrate this module in your Python app to communicate with a Pillar server.

Supports Python 3.5-3.7.

Development & Testing

Dependencies are managed via Poetry.

When starting development, run poetry install to create a virtual environment and install dependencies.

To run the unit tests on all supported versions of Python, run poetry run tox.


Requests-Cache can be used to cache HTTP requests. The Pillar Python REST SDK does not support it directly, but provides the means to plug in different session objects:

import requests_cache
import pillarsdk

req_sess = requests_cache.CachedSession(backend='sqlite',
pillarsdk.Api.requests_session = req_sess

Any pillarsdk.Api instance will now use the cached session. To temporary disable it, use:

api = pillarsdk.Api.Default(endpoint="https://your.endpoint")
with api.requests_session.cache_disabled():
    node = pillarsdk.Node.find('1234')