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stack2py is a library which wraps the SE API (v2.1) for Python. It aims to provide a clean and complete interface to the user, giving them complete control and accessibility.
Although, currently it is by no means complete (and in alpha stages), it aims to:

  • Be "Pythonic"
  • Give the user control over the network connections
  • Cover the entire API

Code Snippet

Getting the latest question on stackoverflow

import stack2py
stack2py.make_auth_proxy({'http':'http://.....'}) # Has Proxy Support!!
so = stack2py.Site('stackoverflow')
print so.questions[0]


Licensed under New BSD License.


The library is currently hosted at:

There's not much to post about, but I can assure you that there will be lots in the next 4-6 weeks.

Before posting anything here, please consider the fact that this library is in alpha stages (and not really complete but still is useable)..

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