Source code for pyramid.encode

from pyramid.compat import (
    url_quote as _url_quote,
    url_quote_plus as quote_plus, # bw compat api (dnr)

def url_quote(s, safe=''): # bw compat api
    return _url_quote(s, safe=safe)

[docs]def urlencode(query, doseq=True): """ An alternate implementation of Python's stdlib `urllib.urlencode function <>`_ which accepts unicode keys and values within the ``query`` dict/sequence; all Unicode keys and values are first converted to UTF-8 before being used to compose the query string. The value of ``query`` must be a sequence of two-tuples representing key/value pairs *or* an object (often a dictionary) with an ``.items()`` method that returns a sequence of two-tuples representing key/value pairs. For minimal calling convention backwards compatibility, this version of urlencode accepts *but ignores* a second argument conventionally named ``doseq``. The Python stdlib version behaves differently when ``doseq`` is False and when a sequence is presented as one of the values. This version always behaves in the ``doseq=True`` mode, no matter what the value of the second argument. See the Python stdlib documentation for ``urllib.urlencode`` for more information. """ try: # presumed to be a dictionary query = query.items() except AttributeError: pass result = '' prefix = '' for (k, v) in query: k = _enc(k) if is_nonstr_iter(v): for x in v: x = _enc(x) result += '%s%s=%s' % (prefix, k, x) prefix = '&' else: v = _enc(v) result += '%s%s=%s' % (prefix, k, v) prefix = '&' return result
def _enc(val): cls = val.__class__ if cls is text_type: val = val.encode('utf-8') elif cls is not binary_type: val = str(val).encode('utf-8') return quote_plus(val)