When used with HTTPX, this transport makes it easier to transition from Requests to HTTPX by keeping the same underlying HTTP networking layer.
Note: not all
urllib3 pool manager options are supported here — feel free to adapt this gist to your specific needs.
import httpx from urllib3_transport impot URLLib3Transport with httpx.Client(transport=URLLib3Transport()) as client: response = client.get("https://example.org") print(response)
If you want to pass a custom
ssl_context using the same options than HTTPX (
trust_env), use the
import httpx from urllib3_transport impot URLLib3Transport ssl_context = httpx.create_ssl_context(verify="/tmp/client.pem") with httpx.Client(transport=URLLib3Transport(ssl_context=ssl_context)) as client: response = client.get("https://example.org") print(response)
See also Changing the verification defaults in the HTTPX docs.
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