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Version 1.3.0 indicated the first release supporting v1.3 of the API.

src/m/c/mcapi2-python-examples-HEAD/django/reports/views.py   mcapi2-python-examples(Download)
 
from mcapi_python_example.utils import get_mailchimp_api
import mailchimp
 
def index(request):

src/m/c/mcapi2-python-examples-HEAD/django/mcapi_python_example/views.py   mcapi2-python-examples(Download)
 
from mcapi_python_example.utils import get_mailchimp_api
import mailchimp
 
 

src/m/c/mcapi2-python-examples-HEAD/django/mcapi_python_example/utils.py   mcapi2-python-examples(Download)
import mailchimp
 
def get_mailchimp_api():
    return mailchimp.Mailchimp('00000000000000000000000000000000-us1') #your api key here

src/m/c/mcapi2-python-examples-HEAD/django/lists/views.py   mcapi2-python-examples(Download)
 
from mcapi_python_example.utils import get_mailchimp_api
import mailchimp
 
def index(request):

src/m/y/myewb2-HEAD/myewb/apps/mailchimp/management/commands/chimp_sync.py   myewb2(Download)
from django.core.management.base import NoArgsCommand, CommandError
 
import mailchimp
 
class Command(NoArgsCommand):

src/f/a/fanscribed-HEAD/fanscribed/apps/mailinglist/tasks.py   fanscribed(Download)
from celery.app import shared_task
 
from django.conf import settings
 
import mailchimp

src/r/a/raptus.mailchimp-1.1/raptus/mailchimp/connector.py   raptus.mailchimp(Download)
import time
import mailchimp
 
from zope import interface, component
 

src/5/9/596acres-HEAD/fiveninesix/newsletter/util.py   596acres(Download)
import logging
 
from django.conf import settings
 
import mailchimp

src/g/e/geekdom-HEAD/manager/admin_views.py   geekdom(Download)
 
import datetime
import mailchimp
 
@login_required

src/w/e/weeklypedia-HEAD/weeklypedia/mail.py   weeklypedia(Download)
import json
 
import mailchimp
 
_CUR_PATH = os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__))

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