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Oct 15, 2006 12:46am

amazon webservices python library

I'm not entirely satisfied with the state of AWS access libraries out there so I wrote my own. Most of the ones that I have seen (e.g. boto) strive for completeness and object-orientedness. I mostly just need to push a few strings around, and dislike having a large collection of classes, custom errors, and super-documented API's to wade through when I need to get something else done. I'm aiming for the level of complexity found in python-memcached.

So these should be simple:

So far I've only needed to use SQS and S3, so that's all that's represented there.

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