There is no immediate way to do so, but it's not hard to do.
You can get a
CookieJar object from the session as
session.cookies, you can use
pickle to store it to a file.
A full example:
import requests, pickle
session = requests.session()
# Make some calls
with open('somefile', 'wb') as f:
Loading is then:
session = requests.session() # or an existing session
with open('somefile', 'rb') as f:
The requests library has uses the
requests.cookies.RequestsCookieJar() subclass, which explicitly supports pickling and a dict-like API, and you can use the
RequestsCookieJar.update() method to update an existing session cookie jar with those loaded from a pickle file.