A familiar HTTP Service Framework for Python.

Overview

Responder: a familiar HTTP Service Framework for Python

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Powered by Starlette. That async declaration is optional. View documentation.

This gets you a ASGI app, with a production static files server pre-installed, jinja2 templating (without additional imports), and a production webserver based on uvloop, serving up requests with gzip compression automatically.

Testimonials

"Pleasantly very taken with python-responder. @kennethreitz at his absolute best." —Rudraksh M.K.

"ASGI is going to enable all sorts of new high-performance web services. It's awesome to see Responder starting to take advantage of that." — Tom Christie author of Django REST Framework

"I love that you are exploring new patterns. Go go go!" — Danny Greenfield, author of Two Scoops of Django

More Examples

See the documentation's feature tour for more details on features available in Responder.

Installing Responder

Install the stable release:

$ pipenv install responder
✨🍰✨

Or, install from the development branch:

$ pipenv install -e git+https://github.com/taoufik07/responder.git#egg=responder

Only Python 3.6+ is supported.

The Basic Idea

The primary concept here is to bring the niceties that are brought forth from both Flask and Falcon and unify them into a single framework, along with some new ideas I have. I also wanted to take some of the API primitives that are instilled in the Requests library and put them into a web framework. So, you'll find a lot of parallels here with Requests.

  • Setting resp.content sends back bytes.
  • Setting resp.text sends back unicode, while setting resp.html sends back HTML.
  • Setting resp.media sends back JSON/YAML (.text/.html/.content override this).
  • Case-insensitive req.headers dict (from Requests directly).
  • resp.status_code, req.method, req.url, and other familiar friends.

Ideas

  • Flask-style route expression, with new capabilities -- all while using Python 3.6+'s new f-string syntax.
  • I love Falcon's "every request and response is passed into to each view and mutated" methodology, especially response.media, and have used it here. In addition to supporting JSON, I have decided to support YAML as well, as Kubernetes is slowly taking over the world, and it uses YAML for all the things. Content-negotiation and all that.
  • A built in testing client that uses the actual Requests you know and love.
  • The ability to mount other WSGI apps easily.
  • Automatic gzipped-responses.
  • In addition to Falcon's on_get, on_post, etc methods, Responder features an on_request method, which gets called on every type of request, much like Requests.
  • A production static file server is built-in.
  • Uvicorn built-in as a production web server. I would have chosen Gunicorn, but it doesn't run on Windows. Plus, Uvicorn serves well to protect against slowloris attacks, making nginx unnecessary in production.
  • GraphQL support, via Graphene. The goal here is to have any GraphQL query exposable at any route, magically.
  • Provide an official way to run webpack.
Issues
  • Frontend website strategy

    Frontend website strategy

    Really like the concepts inside responder! I'm wondering what would be the strategy for integrating frontend websites? I see webpack is mentioned in the README. Would something like https://parceljs.org/ also be interesting? Since the choice of frontend framework / tooling is pretty tangental to other things in responder, would it maybe make sense to just round up a few example folders or cookiecutters and link them up? E.g.

    • responder + webpack + react
    • responder + parcel + react
    • responder + angular

    One thing that would make sense to standardise IMHO would be the build command in package.json. E.g. always have an npm run build command for building the frontend. That way a standard responder Heroku buildpack / Dockerfile could be used for deploying the webapp no matter which frontend stack is used.

    opened by metakermit 18
  • Adding a static route breaks graphql route

    Adding a static route breaks graphql route

    api = responder.API()
    api.add_route("/graphql", schema)
    

    If I add a route for my graphql server, I can post to it and get an api response (from graphiql for example)

    api = responder.API()
    api.add_route("/graphql", schema)
    api.add_route("/", static=True)
    

    If I add a static route (or any route with default=True, I now get the index.html file back. The graphiql interface still loads but when I make a query I get index.html back as the response.

    opened by davidblurton 17
  • Added a state property for the Request class

    Added a state property for the Request class

    Added a state property for the responder.models.Request class. The property just exposes the starlette state property. No extra logic added. No testcase written. Added a short docstring to the property.

    opened by FirstKlaas 17
  • TechEmpower benchmarks

    TechEmpower benchmarks

    This’d be a good one for a contributor to jump on.

    Adding TechEmpower benchmarks for Responder. I’d suggest copying the starlette case, and adapting it accordingly. https://github.com/TechEmpower/FrameworkBenchmarks/tree/master/frameworks/Python/starlette

    PR would be against the TechEmpower repo, not here. They run continuos benchmarks against the suite, so the performance section could be updated once there’s a run that includes Responder.

    You’ll want to use an async DB connector, as per the starlette case.

    good first issue 
    opened by tomchristie 16
  • Serving static files results in 500 Internal Server Error

    Serving static files results in 500 Internal Server Error

    Python version: 3.7 Responder version: 1.3.0

    Put files in static directory and a 500 Internal Server error results when attempting to access that static files.

    Error:

    ERROR: Exception in ASGI application
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "/Users/jonbeebe/Library/Python/3.7/lib/python/site-packages/responder/api.py", line 244, in __call__
        return app(scope)
    TypeError: __call__() missing 1 required positional argument: 'start_response'
    
    During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred:
    
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "/Users/jonbeebe/Library/Python/3.7/lib/python/site-packages/uvicorn/protocols/http/httptools_impl.py", line 371, in run_asgi
        asgi = app(self.scope)
      File "/Users/jonbeebe/Library/Python/3.7/lib/python/site-packages/responder/api.py", line 247, in __call__
        return app(scope)
    TypeError: __call__() missing 2 required positional arguments: 'receive' and 'send'
    INFO: ('127.0.0.1', 61924) - "GET /static/css/app.css HTTP/1.1" 500
    
    opened by jonbeebe 15
  • Is there a recommended way / example of using websockets with responder?

    Is there a recommended way / example of using websockets with responder?

    Is there a recommended way / example of using websockets with responder?

    question 
    opened by nickponline 14
  • Error returned: ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'starlette.middleware.lifespan'

    Error returned: ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'starlette.middleware.lifespan'

    I cannot get responder to run the hello world app. I had it working a week or two ago but now there is an error that may have resurfaced. I've seen similar conversations discussed and closed.

    Here we go:

    Check out this console so you have the full history.

    screen shot 2019-02-19 at 12 29 58 pm

    Basically I:

    • Installed responder with pipenv
    • Created a file based on the quickstart code
    • Activated the shell with pipenv
    • Ran the project and got this error instead.

    Surely I'm not missing something right? Just pipenv install responder and run it should work right?

    duplicate 
    opened by mikeckennedy 11
  • ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'starlette.lifespan'

    ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'starlette.lifespan'

    There's no lifespan module in the current 0.9.1 version of Starlette already.

    opened by igolkotek 11
  • implemented rest of OpenAPI Info Object

    implemented rest of OpenAPI Info Object

    This pull request address issue https://github.com/kennethreitz/responder/issues/242

    I have implemented the rest of the OpenAPI Info Object, added to the doc strings of the responder.api object, and updated the _apispec function.

    I copied the names of the OpenAPI object exactly per https://github.com/OAI/OpenAPI-Specification/blob/master/versions/3.0.2.md#infoObject

    I wasn't sure of your (the maintainers) preference on what to include in the docstring for the responder.api object. I figured it was fair to add information regarding the OpenAPI parameters, include the examples, and direct users that these variables map to the OpenAPI objects. I went back and forth on if the examples were duplication, so if there are examples added to https://github.com/kennethreitz/responder/tree/master/examples, the docstring examples are probably redundant and misplaced.

    Let me know if you like or dislike the typehinting in the doc strings. I am not sure if there is a convention there, but thought it was useful.

    Thanks and please let me know if there is any updates you would like.

    opened by iancleary 10
  • Cannot await for body in PUT/POST request

    Cannot await for body in PUT/POST request

    Hello.

    As per the documentation, if you’re expecting to read any request data, on the server, you need to declare your view as async and await the content.

    But when I declare a put (or a post) function on a route like the following:

    async def on_put(self, req, resp, *, app_id):
        data = await req.text()
        resp.text = (f'Obtained HTTP {req.method} request for app-id: {app_id}'
                     f' and body: {data}')
    

    I always get an error:

    ./api_server.py:308: RuntimeWarning: coroutine 'Request.text' was never awaited data = await req.text() /home/roberto/.local/share/virtualenvs/hpms-okBXuRxW/lib/python3.7/site-packages/responder/api.py:369: RuntimeWarning: coroutine 'BackgroundQueue.call' was never awaited self.background(self.default_response, req, resp, error=True)

    Thanks. -Bob V

    bug 
    opened by emacsuser123 9
  • Uvicorn version too old ?

    Uvicorn version too old ?

    Hi,

    I can notice that uvicorn version in use in old. https://github.com/taoufik07/responder/blob/6ff47adbb51ea4c822c75220023740c64b60e860/setup.py#L26

    Is there a specific reason to ping this version ?

    Regards,

    opened by waghanza 0
  • Bump babel from 2.9.0 to 2.9.1

    Bump babel from 2.9.0 to 2.9.1

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    Sourced from babel's changelog.

    Version 2.9.1

    Bugfixes

    
    * The internal locale-data loading functions now validate the name of the locale file to be loaded and only
      allow files within Babel's data directory.  Thank you to Chris Lyne of Tenable, Inc. for discovering the issue!
    
    Commits
    • a99fa24 Use 2.9.0's setup.py for 2.9.1
    • 60b33e0 Become 2.9.1
    • 412015e Merge pull request #782 from python-babel/locale-basename
    • 5caf717 Disallow special filenames on Windows
    • 3a700b5 Run locale identifiers through os.path.basename()
    • 5afe2b2 Merge pull request #754 from python-babel/github-ci
    • 58de834 Replace Travis + Appveyor with GitHub Actions (WIP)
    • d1bbc08 import_cldr: use logging; add -q option
    • 156b7fb Quiesce CLDR download progress bar if requested (or not a TTY)
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  • Bump babel from 2.6.0 to 2.9.1 in /docs

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    Version 2.9.0

    Upcoming version support changes

    • This version, Babel 2.9, is the last version of Babel to support Python 2.7, Python 3.4, and Python 3.5.

    Improvements

    • CLDR: Use CLDR 37 – Aarni Koskela (#734)
    • Dates: Handle ZoneInfo objects in get_timezone_location, get_timezone_name - Alessio Bogon (#741)
    • Numbers: Add group_separator feature in number formatting - Abdullah Javed Nesar (#726)

    Bugfixes

    • Dates: Correct default Format().timedelta format to 'long' to mute deprecation warnings – Aarni Koskela
    • Import: Simplify iteration code in "import_cldr.py" – Felix Schwarz
    • Import: Stop using deprecated ElementTree methods "getchildren()" and "getiterator()" – Felix Schwarz
    • Messages: Fix unicode printing error on Python 2 without TTY. – Niklas Hambüchen
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    Documentation

    • Update parse_number comments – Brad Martin (#708)
    • Add iter to Catalog documentation – @​CyanNani123

    Version 2.8.1

    This patch version only differs from 2.8.0 in that it backports in #752.

    Version 2.8.0

    Improvements

    • CLDR: Upgrade to CLDR 36.0 - Aarni Koskela (#679)
    • Messages: Don't even open files with the "ignore" extraction method - @​sebleblanc (#678)

    Bugfixes

    • Numbers: Fix formatting very small decimals when quantization is disabled - Lev Lybin, @​miluChen (#662)
    • Messages: Attempt to sort all messages – Mario Frasca (#651, #606)

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    Upcoming version support changes

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    * CLDR: Use CLDR 37 – Aarni Koskela ([#734](https://github.com/python-babel/babel/issues/734))
    * Dates: Handle ZoneInfo objects in get_timezone_location, get_timezone_name - Alessio Bogon ([#741](https://github.com/python-babel/babel/issues/741))
    * Numbers: Add group_separator feature in number formatting - Abdullah Javed Nesar ([#726](https://github.com/python-babel/babel/issues/726))
    

    Bugfixes

    
    * Dates: Correct default Format().timedelta format to 'long' to mute deprecation warnings – Aarni Koskela
    * Import: Simplify iteration code in "import_cldr.py" – Felix Schwarz
    * Import: Stop using deprecated ElementTree methods "getchildren()" and "getiterator()" – Felix Schwarz
    * Messages: Fix unicode printing error on Python 2 without TTY. – Niklas Hambüchen
    * Messages: Introduce invariant that _invalid_pofile() takes unicode line. – Niklas Hambüchen
    * Tests: fix tests when using Python 3.9 – Felix Schwarz
    * Tests: Remove deprecated 'sudo: false' from Travis configuration – Jon Dufresne
    * Tests: Support Py.test 6.x – Aarni Koskela
    * Utilities: LazyProxy: Handle AttributeError in specified func – Nikiforov Konstantin ([#724](https://github.com/python-babel/babel/issues/724))
    * Utilities: Replace usage of parser.suite with ast.parse – Miro Hrončok
    

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  • AttributeError: module 'typesystem' has no attribute 'SchemaDefinitions': incompatibility with typesystem v0.3.0

    AttributeError: module 'typesystem' has no attribute 'SchemaDefinitions': incompatibility with typesystem v0.3.0

    Creating a new virtual environment (Python v3.9.6) and installing responder (pip install responder) installs the following packages:

    Package                           Version
    --------------------------------- ---------
    aiofiles                          0.7.0
    aniso8601                         7.0.0
    apispec                           5.1.0
    apistar                           0.7.2
    backports.entry-points-selectable 1.1.0
    certifi                           2021.5.30
    chardet                           4.0.0
    charset-normalizer                2.0.6
    click                             7.1.2
    colorama                          0.4.4
    distlib                           0.3.2
    docopt                            0.6.2
    filelock                          3.0.12
    graphene                          2.1.9
    graphql-core                      2.3.2
    graphql-relay                     2.0.1
    graphql-server-core               2.0.0
    h11                               0.12.0
    idna                              3.2
    itsdangerous                      2.0.1
    Jinja2                            3.0.1
    MarkupSafe                        2.0.1
    marshmallow                       3.13.0
    pip                               21.2.4
    pipenv                            2021.5.29
    platformdirs                      2.3.0
    promise                           2.3
    python-dotenv                     0.19.0
    python-multipart                  0.0.5
    PyYAML                            5.4.1
    requests                          2.26.0
    requests-toolbelt                 0.9.1
    responder                         2.0.7
    rfc3986                           1.5.0
    Rx                                1.6.1
    setuptools                        58.0.4
    six                               1.16.0
    starlette                         0.13.8
    typesystem                        0.3.0
    urllib3                           1.26.6
    uvicorn                           0.13.2
    virtualenv                        20.8.0
    virtualenv-clone                  0.5.7
    watchgod                          0.6
    websockets                        8.1
    whitenoise                        5.3.0
    

    When I import the responder library and execute my script I get the following error:

    Traceback (most recent call last):
    [...]
    import responder
    File "<route_to_my_app>\venv\lib\site-packages\responder\__init__.py", line 1, in <module>
    from .core import *
    File "<route_to_my_app>\venv\lib\site-packages\responder\core.py", line 1, in <module>
    from .api import API
    File "<route_to_my_app>\venv\lib\site-packages\responder\api.py", line 25, in <module>
    from .ext.schema import Schema as OpenAPISchema
    File "<route_to_my_app>\venv\lib\site-packages\responder\ext\schema\__init__.py", line 4, in <module>
    import apistar
    File "<route_to_my_app>\venv\lib\site-packages\apistar\__init__.py", line 11, in <module>
    from apistar.core import docs, validate
    File "<route_to_my_app>\venv\lib\site-packages\apistar\core.py", line 7, in <module>
    from apistar.schemas.autodetermine import AUTO_DETERMINE
    File "<route_to_my_app>\venv\lib\site-packages\apistar\schemas\__init__.py", line 1, in <module>
    from apistar.schemas.openapi import OpenAPI
    File "<route_to_my_app>\venv\lib\site-packages\apistar\schemas\openapi.py", line 6, in <module>
    from apistar.schemas.jsonschema import JSON_SCHEMA
    File "<route_to_my_app>\venv\lib\site-packages\apistar\schemas\jsonschema.py", line 3, in <module>
    definitions = typesystem.SchemaDefinitions()
    AttributeError: module 'typesystem' has no attribute 'SchemaDefinitions'
    

    It seems that there is an incompatibility with the last version of typesystem library (v0.3.0) If I downgrade it to v0.2.5 the error dissapears:

    pip install --upgrade typesystem==0.2.5
    

    This is simmilar to this issue:

    https://github.com/taoufik07/responder/issues/440
    

    but now the typesystem library has been updated officialy, so the

    allow_prereleases = false
    

    is no longer a solution.

    opened by madopri 0
  • Bump urllib3 from 1.26.2 to 1.26.5

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    1.26.5

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  • Bump urllib3 from 1.23 to 1.26.5 in /docs

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    • Fixed an issue where wrap_socket and CERT_REQUIRED wouldn't be imported properly on Python 2.7.8 and earlier (Pull #2052)

    1.26.1

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    • Fixed an issue where two User-Agent headers would be sent if a User-Agent header key is passed as bytes (Pull #2047)

    1.26.0

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    • Added support for HTTPS proxies contacting HTTPS servers (Pull #1923, Pull #1806)

    • Deprecated negotiating TLSv1 and TLSv1.1 by default. Users that still wish to use TLS earlier than 1.2 without a deprecation warning should opt-in explicitly by setting ssl_version=ssl.PROTOCOL_TLSv1_1 (Pull #2002) Starting in urllib3 v2.0: Connections that receive a DeprecationWarning will fail

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    1.26.4 (2021-03-15)

    • Changed behavior of the default SSLContext when connecting to HTTPS proxy during HTTPS requests. The default SSLContext now sets check_hostname=True.

    1.26.3 (2021-01-26)

    • Fixed bytes and string comparison issue with headers (Pull #2141)

    • Changed ProxySchemeUnknown error message to be more actionable if the user supplies a proxy URL without a scheme. (Pull #2107)

    1.26.2 (2020-11-12)

    • Fixed an issue where wrap_socket and CERT_REQUIRED wouldn't be imported properly on Python 2.7.8 and earlier (Pull #2052)

    1.26.1 (2020-11-11)

    • Fixed an issue where two User-Agent headers would be sent if a User-Agent header key is passed as bytes (Pull #2047)

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    • NOTE: urllib3 v2.0 will drop support for Python 2. Read more in the v2.0 Roadmap <https://urllib3.readthedocs.io/en/latest/v2-roadmap.html>_.

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  • Bump py from 1.9.0 to 1.10.0

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    • Fix a regular expression DoS vulnerability in the py.path.svnwc SVN blame functionality (CVE-2020-29651)
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  • Bump py from 1.7.0 to 1.10.0 in /docs

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    • Fix a regular expression DoS vulnerability in the py.path.svnwc SVN blame functionality (CVE-2020-29651)
    • Update vendored apipkg: 1.4 => 1.5
    • Update vendored iniconfig: 1.0.0 => 1.1.1

    1.9.0 (2020-06-24)

    • Add type annotation stubs for the following modules:

      • py.error
      • py.iniconfig
      • py.path (not including SVN paths)
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      • py.xml

      There are no plans to type other modules at this time.

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    1.8.2 (2020-06-15)

    • On Windows, py.path.locals which differ only in case now have the same Python hash value. Previously, such paths were considered equal but had different hashes, which is not allowed and breaks the assumptions made by dicts, sets and other users of hashes.

    1.8.1 (2019-12-27)

    • Handle FileNotFoundError when trying to import pathlib in path.common on Python 3.4 (#207).

    • py.path.local.samefile now works correctly in Python 3 on Windows when dealing with symlinks.

    1.8.0 (2019-02-21)

    • add "importlib" pyimport mode for python3.5+, allowing unimportable test suites to contain identically named modules.

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  • [Feature Request] - request context middleware like starlette-context

    [Feature Request] - request context middleware like starlette-context

    Can we add support for creating a request context object - which can be used to store request specific metadata - through lifecycle of an incoming request ? Like starlette-context

    I tried integrating starlette-context with Responder, but it seems this lib is incompatible with this lib

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  • Bump pygments from 2.7.2 to 2.7.4

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    • Updated lexers:

      • Apache configurations: Improve handling of malformed tags (#1656)

      • CSS: Add support for variables (#1633, #1666)

      • Crystal (#1650, #1670)

      • Coq (#1648)

      • Fortran: Add missing keywords (#1635, #1665)

      • Ini (#1624)

      • JavaScript and variants (#1647 -- missing regex flags, #1651)

      • Markdown (#1623, #1617)

      • Shell

        • Lex trailing whitespace as part of the prompt (#1645)
        • Add missing in keyword (#1652)
      • SQL - Fix keywords (#1668)

      • Typescript: Fix incorrect punctuation handling (#1510, #1511)

    • Fix infinite loop in SML lexer (#1625)

    • Fix backtracking string regexes in JavaScript/TypeScript, Modula2 and many other lexers (#1637)

    • Limit recursion with nesting Ruby heredocs (#1638)

    • Fix a few inefficient regexes for guessing lexers

    • Fix the raw token lexer handling of Unicode (#1616)

    • Revert a private API change in the HTML formatter (#1655) -- please note that private APIs remain subject to change!

    • Fix several exponential/cubic-complexity regexes found by Ben Caller/Doyensec (#1675)

    • Fix incorrect MATLAB example (#1582)

    Thanks to Google's OSS-Fuzz project for finding many of these bugs.

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    Version 2.7.4

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    • Updated lexers:

      • Apache configurations: Improve handling of malformed tags (#1656)

      • CSS: Add support for variables (#1633, #1666)

      • Crystal (#1650, #1670)

      • Coq (#1648)

      • Fortran: Add missing keywords (#1635, #1665)

      • Ini (#1624)

      • JavaScript and variants (#1647 -- missing regex flags, #1651)

      • Markdown (#1623, #1617)

      • Shell

        • Lex trailing whitespace as part of the prompt (#1645)
        • Add missing in keyword (#1652)
      • SQL - Fix keywords (#1668)

      • Typescript: Fix incorrect punctuation handling (#1510, #1511)

    • Fix infinite loop in SML lexer (#1625)

    • Fix backtracking string regexes in JavaScript/TypeScript, Modula2 and many other lexers (#1637)

    • Limit recursion with nesting Ruby heredocs (#1638)

    • Fix a few inefficient regexes for guessing lexers

    • Fix the raw token lexer handling of Unicode (#1616)

    • Revert a private API change in the HTML formatter (#1655) -- please note that private APIs remain subject to change!

    • Fix several exponential/cubic-complexity regexes found by Ben Caller/Doyensec (#1675)

    • Fix incorrect MATLAB example (#1582)

    Thanks to Google's OSS-Fuzz project for finding many of these bugs.

    Version 2.7.3

    (released December 6, 2020)

    ... (truncated)

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    • 2e7e8c4 Fix several exponential/cubic complexity regexes found by Ben Caller/Doyensec
    • eb39c43 xquery: fix pop from empty stack
    • 2738778 fix coding style in test_analyzer_lexer
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