Bottle server: HTTPResponse vs bottle.response

Bottle server: HTTPResponse vs bottle.response

By : Sumit Kumar Kasaudha
Date : October 22 2020, 08:10 AM
Hope this helps Yes, using bottle.response is thread-safe, even in hooks.
NOTE: Personally, I prefer using Bottle's plugins instead of hooks - your plugin can receive the returned HTTPResponse object and act on it directly, which IMO is cleaner than relying on thread local "magic."
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Python bottle vs uwsgi/bottle vs nginx/uwsgi/bottle

Python bottle vs uwsgi/bottle vs nginx/uwsgi/bottle

By : LesG
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do Flask vs Bottle comes down to a couple of things for me.
How simple is the app. If it is very simple, then bottle is my choice. If not, then I got with Flask. The fact that bottle is a single file makes it incredibly simple to deploy with by just including the file in our source. But the fact that bottle is a single file should be a pretty good indication that it does not implement the full wsgi spec and all of its edge cases. What does the app do. If it is going to have to render anything other than Python->JSON then I go with Flask for its built in support of Jinja2. If I need to do authentication and/or authorization then Flask has some pretty good extensions already for handling those requirements. If I need to do caching, again, Flask-Cache exists and does a pretty good job with minimal setup. I am not entirely sure what is available for bottle extension-wise, so that may still be worth a look.
Returning an HTTPResponse as image in Bottle

Returning an HTTPResponse as image in Bottle

By : alfa
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . You want r.content, not r.text.
From the requests docs:
code :
> r.content
from PIL import Image
from StringIO import StringIO
i = Image.open(StringIO(r.content))
How to convert @bottle.route to bottle.route() when serving static files?

How to convert @bottle.route to bottle.route() when serving static files?

By : Sarah Marshall
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help The accepted answer doesn't solve your problem nicely, so I'll chime in. You seem to be trying to use Bottle's static_file as a route target, but it's not meant to be used that way. As the example you cited demonstrates, static_file is meant to be called from within a route target function. Here's a complete working example:
code :
import bottle

class AAA(object):
    def __init__(self, static_file_root):
        self.static_file_root = static_file_root

    def assign_routes(self):
        bottle.route('/aaa', 'GET', self.aaa)
        bottle.route('/static/<filename:path>', 'GET', self.send_static)

    def aaa(self):
        return ['this is aaa\n']

    def send_static(self, filename):
        return bottle.static_file(filename, self.static_file_root)

aaa = AAA('/tmp')
bottle.run(host='', port=8080)
% echo "this is foo" > /tmp/foo
% curl http://localhost:8080/static/foo
this is foo
Test bottle app without running bottle server

Test bottle app without running bottle server

By : Xinnan Wen
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you for posting the stack trace. It clearly indicates that this is the line that is causing the 500:
code :
assert app.get('/hello').status_code == 200
assert app.get('/hello').status_int == 200
Returning HTTPResponse object in bottle loses response headers

Returning HTTPResponse object in bottle loses response headers

By : mkmoon
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps Try setting the headers in the new object that you're returning, like this:
code :
return HTTPResponse(status=200, body=json.dumps({'body': 'my body'}, headers={'Access-Control-Allow-Origin': '*'})
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