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# Copyright (C) 2001-2007 Python Software Foundation
# Author: Barry Warsaw
# Contact: email-sig@python.org
"""A package for parsing, handling, and generating email messages."""
__all__ = [
'base64mime',
'charset',
'encoders',
'errors',
'feedparser',
'generator',
'header',
'iterators',
'message',
'message_from_file',
'message_from_binary_file',
'message_from_string',
'message_from_bytes',
'mime',
'parser',
'quoprimime',
'utils',
]
# Some convenience routines. Don't import Parser and Message as side-effects
# of importing email since those cascadingly import most of the rest of the
# email package.
def message_from_string(s, *args, **kws):
"""Parse a string into a Message object model.
Optional _class and strict are passed to the Parser constructor.
"""
from email.parser import Parser
return Parser(*args, **kws).parsestr(s)
def message_from_bytes(s, *args, **kws):
"""Parse a bytes string into a Message object model.
Optional _class and strict are passed to the Parser constructor.
"""
from email.parser import BytesParser
return BytesParser(*args, **kws).parsebytes(s)
def message_from_file(fp, *args, **kws):
"""Read a file and parse its contents into a Message object model.
Optional _class and strict are passed to the Parser constructor.
"""
from email.parser import Parser
return Parser(*args, **kws).parse(fp)
def message_from_binary_file(fp, *args, **kws):
"""Read a binary file and parse its contents into a Message object model.
Optional _class and strict are passed to the Parser constructor.
"""
from email.parser import BytesParser
return BytesParser(*args, **kws).parse(fp)