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requests package

The requests package is experimental and subject to change at any time.

The requests package provides functions for transferring data using the HTTP protocol. Import the experimental/http/requests package:

import "experimental/http/requests"

Deprecated

This package is deprecated in favor of requests. Do not mix usage of this experimental package with the requests package as the defaultConfig is not shared between the two packages. This experimental package is completely superseded by the requests package so there should be no need to mix them.

Options

option requests.defaultConfig = {
    // Timeout on the request. If the timeout is zero no timeout is applied
    timeout: 0s,
    // insecureSkipVerify If true, TLS verification will not be performed. This is insecure.
    insecureSkipVerify: false,
}

defaultConfig

defaultConfig is the global default for all http requests using the requests package. Changing this config will affect all other packages using the requests package. To change the config for a single request, pass a new config directly into the corresponding function.

Deprecated: Experimental requests.defaultConfig is deprecated in favor of requests.defaultConfig. Do not mix usage of this experimental package with the requests package as the defaultConfig is not shared between the two packages.

Functions


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