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README.rst

DOP: Digital Ocean API Python Wrapper

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DOP is a MIT licensed Python wrapper for Digital Ocean's API.

Features

Full support for all methods listed here

Installation

To install dop, simply:

$ pip install dop

Example

It is pretty easy to use:

from dop.client import Client

client = Client('client_id', 'api_key')

# Print regions.
regions = client.regions()
for region in regions:
    print(region.to_json())

# Print sizes.
sizes = client.sizes()
for size in sizes:
    print(size.to_json())

# Print public global images.
images = client.images()
for image in images:
    print(image.to_json())

# Print your private images.
images = client.images(filter='my_images')
for image in images:
    print(image.to_json())

# Create a droplet
conf = {
    'name': 'test',
    'size': {'size_slug': '512MB'},
    'image': {'image_slug': 'ubuntu-13-04-x64'},
    'region': {'region_slug': 'nyc1'},
}
droplet = client.create_droplet(**conf)

To create a droplet, you can use the data fetched from regions, sizes and images methods to fill the dictionary properly.

How to initialise with client_id and api_key stored in creds file

Easy:

from dop.client import Client

client = Client.fromCredsFile('/home/user/.do.creds')

Contribute

Pull requests and improvements are welcome.