1. Jason R. Coombs
  2. jaraco.httplib2


jaraco.httplib2 / ref.tex

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\title{The httplib2 Library}

\author{Joe Gregorio}

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The \module{httplib2} module is a comprehensive HTTP client library
that handles caching, keep-alive, compression, redirects and
many kinds of authentication.






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