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zedrdave commented May 6, 2019

Currently, pipenv uses red to output standard virtualenv creation outputs:

Creating a virtualenv for this project…
Pipfile: /app/Pipfile
Using /usr/local/bin/python (3.7.3) to create virtualenv…
⠏ Creating virtual environment...Already using interpreter /usr/local/bin/python
Using base prefix '/usr/local'
New python executable in /root/.local/share/virtualenvs/app-4PlAip0Q/bin/python
oldani commented Feb 18, 2019

If you're using proxies with requests-html and rendering JS sites is all good. Once you render a website pyppeteer don't know about this proxies and will expose your IP. This is an undesired behavior when scraping with proxies.

The idea is that whenever someone passes in proxies to the session object or any method call, make pyppeteer also use these proxies. #265

willvousden commented Oct 13, 2018

Is the README the only documentation available for this project? I find myself having to read the source to understand the interface and features that are available (e.g., context managers, bulk_query, etc.).

In the case of bulk_query, the arguments are simply passed through to the underlying SQLAlchemy engine, with no explanation. I tracked it down in [SQLAlchemy's documentation](https:/

reidca commented Aug 27, 2019

I have looked at the docs but cannot see a list of acceptable formats in verbose English form. Whilst there are examples these are not comprehensive.

e.g. you can but yesterday but can you put "the day before yesterday".

It would be good to have a reference document that I can refer users to rather than just throwing an error saying invalid date specified.

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