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Standalone HTTP parser?

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Does anyone know of a standalone module for parsing and generating
HTTP messages? I'm looking for something that will take a string and
return a convenient message object, and vice versa. All the Python
HTTP parsing code I've seen is either intimately bound to the
corresponding socket I/O operations (e.g. httplib, httplib2,
BaseHTTPServer) and/or buried in somebody's framework (e.g. Twisted).

I want to write some HTTP servers/clients that do asynchronous I/O
using my own engine (multitask), so I need a HTTP package that won't
insist on doing the I/O for me.
Chris Stawarz
May 31 '07 #1
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