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Re: a boto-works test for tabled?

On 12/18/2009 05:14 AM, Jeff Garzik wrote:
> Is there anyone that would be interested in copying (or directly use) 
> /usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/boto/tests/test_s3connection.py as a 
> tabled "boto-works" test?  According to the boto author, boto should 
> accept non-Amazon hostnames, which is the only requirement outside of 
> Amazon AWS specifications that tabled has.

Boto can accept non-Amazon hostnames, but there's a bit of a trick to
making it work with tabled.  As of September 10, this was the magic formula.

>>> import boto
>>> import logging
>>> boto.set_file_logger("boto","/tmp/boto.out",logging.DEBUG)
>>> from boto.s3 import Connection
>>> x = Connection("foo","bar",host="localhost4",port=18080,is_secure=False,debug=99,calling_format=boto.s3.connection.OrdinaryCallingFormat())
>>> x.get_all_buckets()

The magic is in the calling_format part, which took a little while to
puzzle through.  We should probably consider supporting the default
calling format to make use of boto-based tools easier.
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