APIs for functions and classes in the akhet package.
Config include function
MultiDict is defined in WebOb (webobb.multidict.MultiDict) but its documentation is so sparse that we have written our own documentation here. Pyramid's request.params, request.GET and request.POST are MultiDicts.
A MultiDict is like a regular dict except that each key can have multiple values. This is necessary to represent query parameters and form variables, which can be multiple. request.params, request.GET and request.POST are MultiDicts.
An ordered dict that can have multiple values for each key. All the regular dict methods are supported. "Ordered" means that .keys() will return the keys in the order they were defined.
Like a regular dict, the constructor can be called with an existing dict, an iterable of key-value tuples, or keyword args representing the dict keys. If the combination of args contain duplicate keys, all the impled values will be added to the dict, the keyword args last.
A MultiDict subclass that decodes returned values to unicode on the fly. Decoding is not applied to assigned values.
The key/value contents are assumed to be str/strs or str/FieldStorages (as is returned by the paste.request.parse_ functions).
Can optionally also decode keys when the decode_keys argument is True.
FieldStorage instances are cloned, and the clone's filename variable is decoded. Its name variable is decoded when decode_keys is enabled.
A MultiDict subclass that wraps several MultiDict objects, treating them as one large MultiDict. A NestedMultiDict is read-only, although the contained MultiDicts are not.
This is a MultiDict that functions as an observable. It's used internally in WebOb where other parts of the API need to know when a GET or POST variable changes.
In addition to the regular MultiDict constructor args, you can pass __tracker (two leading underscores) which is a callback function, and __name which is the object's repr() name.
The callback function is called with zero to three positional args: self, key, and value (although the callback can name them differently, but it should give default values to all of them). self is the MultiDict's self. key is passed if the method deletes a particular key. value is passed if the method sets a particular key or adds an additional value to a key.
The .copy method returns a regular MultiDict. The tracker is not propagated to it.
There appears to be a bug in the source, that if you instantiate a TrackableMultiDuct without a tracker, it defaults to None and you'll get an exception when a routine tries to call it.
This is an always-empty MultiDict. Adding an item item raises KeyError. It's used internally in WebOb to distinguish between dicts that happen to be empty vs dicts that must be empty; e.g., request.POST in a GET request.