A Python library for oEmbed that supports auto-discovered and manually included providers.
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README.rst

pyoembed

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A Python library for oEmbed that supports auto-discovered and manually included providers.

Installation

$ pip install pyoembed

Usage

The library provides a function that should be called to automatically embed the url content, and it is called oEmbed:

from pyoembed import oEmbed, PyOembedException

try:
    # maxwidth and maxheight are optional.
    data = oEmbed('http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PEdPBEpQfY',
                  maxwidth=640, maxheight=480)
except PyOembedException, e:
    print 'An error was ocurred: %s' % e

# data is a dict with keys that will depends on the media type. You should
# choose how to display the content based on the data['type'] value and
# the oEmbed spec ( http://oembed.com/ ).
if data['type'] == 'video':
    print data['html']

# and it goes... Someday we will provide default renderes for each media
# type.

Addition of new providers

pyoembed tries to cover the major oEmbed providers, and should works for any provider that supports oEmbed auto-discover out-of-the box, however your favorite provider may be unsupported yet! :(

To add it, create a file inside the pyoembed.providers package, based on the following example:

from pyoembed.providers import BaseProvider


class InstagramProvider(BaseProvider):

    # priority of the provider. Increase it if the provider isn't well known
    priority = 10

    # url schemas that are supported by the provider.
    # re.compile'd regex are allowed.
    oembed_schemas = ['http://instagram.com/p/*',
                      'http://instagr.am/p/*']

    # api endpoint that answers to oEmbed requests for the provider.
    oembed_endpoint = 'http://api.instagram.com/oembed'

You will also need to add some test urls of your provider to the integration_test.py file, and run it to see if everything is ok.

If everything works, feel free to send a pull request to add the provider:

https://github.com/rafaelmartins/pyoembed/pulls

That's it!