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version 0.1.5 on Jun 7th, 2012

Parsing of web app receipts in Django. A simple library to parse web application receipts in Django. It follows the same syntax as the verification service at thee Mozilla Marketplace.

This is optional, you can just verify your receipt with the Marketplace. However there are a couple of reasons you might want to do this:

  • analytics, tracking usage of your app as it checks receipts
  • tracking usage of receipt by IP address to prevent sharing of receipts
  • blocking of receipts that you know are fradulent.

This app provides a django model that shows the receipts that been processed, allowing you to block the receipts there.

Installation

Install from pypi:

pip install django-receipts

Usage

Add django_receipts to your INSTALLED_APPS:

INSTALLED_APPS = (...
        'django_receipts',
)

Run syncdb to install the table:

python manage.py syncdb

Add in django-receipts into your urls, for example:

urlpatterns = patterns('',
         ...
         url(r'^receipts/', include('django_receipts.urls')),
)

You will then be able to do a POST to:

curl -X POST http://localhost:1234/receiive --data "good.receipt"

This will return:

{"status": "ok"}

See django_receiptsconstants.py for more.

Configuration

  • RECEIPT_CHECK_INTERVAL (optional): time between receipts from the client to actually send receipts to the server. Effectively a cache of the check against the server. Default: 60 minutes.

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Last updated Jun 7th, 2012

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