How to use 'scrapy shell' in Python

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49def run(self, args, opts):
50 url = args[0] if args else None
51 if url:
52 # first argument may be a local file
53 url = guess_scheme(url)
55 spider_loader = self.crawler_process.spider_loader
57 spidercls = DefaultSpider
58 if opts.spider:
59 spidercls = spider_loader.load(opts.spider)
60 elif url:
61 spidercls = spidercls_for_request(spider_loader, Request(url),
62 spidercls, log_multiple=True)
64 # The crawler is created this way since the Shell manually handles the
65 # crawling engine, so the set up in the crawl method won't work
66 crawler = self.crawler_process._create_crawler(spidercls)
67 # The Shell class needs a persistent engine in the crawler
68 crawler.engine = crawler._create_engine()
69 crawler.engine.start()
71 self._start_crawler_thread()
73 shell = Shell(crawler, update_vars=self.update_vars, code=opts.code)
74 shell.start(url=url, redirect=not opts.no_redirect)

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