10 examples of 'python base64 encode file' in Python

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6def encode(data):
7 """
8 Applies base64 encoding to passed string
9 :param data: The string to encode
10 :type data: str
11 :return: Encoded string
12 """
13 return base64.b64encode(data)
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53def base64url_encode(data):
54 """
55 encodes a url-safe base64 encoded string.
56 """
57
58 s = base64.b64encode(data, "-_")
59 return s.rstrip("=")
6def decode_base64_file(data, file_name):
7 format, imgstr = data.split(';base64,')
8 ext = format.split('/')[-1]
9 data = ContentFile(base64.b64decode(imgstr), name=f"{file_name}.{ext}")
10 return data
134def encode(self, text):
135 return base64.b64encode(text)
143def base64(string):
144 return standard_b64encode(string)
11def b64enc(data):
12 return base64.b64encode(data).decode("US-ASCII")
177def b64encode(data):
178 if type(data) == bytes:
179 return to_str(base64.urlsafe_b64encode(data)).strip('=')
180 elif type(data) == str:
181 return to_str(base64.urlsafe_b64encode(to_bytes(data))).strip('=')
182 else:
183 return data
178def b64encode_string(content):
179 """python2 and python3 compatibility wrapper function. Can be removed when support for python2 is gone"""
180 if six.PY3:
181 return base64.b64encode(content.encode('utf-8')).decode('utf-8')
182 else:
183 return base64.b64encode(content).decode('utf-8')
31def _base64_encode(msg):
32 msg_base64 = base64.b64encode(msg)
33 msg_base64 = msg_base64.replace(b'+', b'-')
34 msg_base64 = msg_base64.replace(b'=', b'_')
35 msg_base64 = msg_base64.replace(b'/', b'~')
36 return msg_base64
4def b64encode(source):
5 if six.PY3:
6 source = source.encode('utf-8')
7 content = base64.b64encode(source).decode('utf-8')

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