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Can use it to save or recall preferences from Python.

Project description

ConfigHelper

Can use it to save or recall preferences from Python.

  • Copyright (c) 2019 InfoLab (Donggun LEE)

  • How to install

    pip install ConfigHelper
    
    • Other version
      # 0.0.3
      pip install ConfigHelper==0.0.3
      
  • Functions

    config = ConfigHelper(data:dict)
    config = ConfigHelper(path:str) # URL is not supported.
    config = ConfigHelper(cls:type) # Class
    config = ConfigHelper(obj) # is not None
    
    # Returns the value.
    def getValue(key:str):
        return Value
    
    # Modify or add new value. 
    def setValue(key:str, value:object):
        return None
    
    # Create New Object. (Init Variable)
    def newObject(cls:Class):
        return Object
    
    # Put a value in Object
    def setObject(obj:Object):
        pass
    
    # Return as "Dictionary".
    def toDict():
        return Dictionary
    
    # Return as "JSON".
    def toJSON():
        return String(=JSON)
    
    # Return as "File".
    def toFile(path:string):
        return file
    
  • How to use

    • Test Class
      # Test Class
      class Test:
          def __init__(self):
              self.name = "Donggun LEE"
              self.age = 24
      
          def __str__(self):
              return "name : {}, age : {}".format(self.name, self.age)
      
    • Import ConfigHelper
      from ConfigHelper import Config
      
    • Config None Example
      # Config None Example
      print("Config None Example")
      cfg_none = Config()
      cfg_none.setValue("Version", "0.0.1")
      cfg_none.setValue("isTemporary", 0)
      cfg_none.setValue("isUserMode", 1)
      
      print(cfg_none.isTemporary)
      """
          0
      """
      print(cfg_none.Version)
      """
          0.0.1
      """
      
      print(cfg_none.toJSON())
      """
          {
              "Version": "0.0.1",
              "isTemporary": 0,
              "isUserMode": 1
          }
      """
      
      test = Test()
      print(test)
      """
          name : Donggun LEE, age : 24
      """
      cfg_none.setValue("name", "LEE Donggun")
      cfg_none.setObject(test)
      print(test)
      """
          name : LEE Donggun, age : 24
      """
      try:
          print(test.Version)
          """
          """
      except Exception as e:
          print(e)
          """
              'Test' object has no attribute 'Version'
          """
      
      print(cfg_none.Version)
      """
          0.0.1
      """
      
      print(cfg_none.toDict()['Version'])
      """
          0.0.1
      """
      
      cfg_none.toFile("d:/a/b/c/d/e/f/config.json")
      
    • Config Dictionaray Example
      # Config Dictionaray Example
      print("Config Dictionaray Example")
      
      cfg_dict = Config({"name":"LEE Donggun", "age":40})
      print(cfg_dict)
      """
          {
              "age": 40,
              "name": "LEE Donggun"
          }
      """
      test = cfg_dict.newObject(Test)
      print(test)
      """
          name : LEE Donggun, age : 40
      """
      cfg_dict.setValue("age",70)
      cfg_dict.setObject(test)
      print(test)
      """
          name : LEE Donggun, age : 70
      """
      
    • Config File Example
      # Config File Example
      print("Config File Example")
      cfg_file = Config("d:/a/b/c/d/e/f/config.json")
      print(cfg_file)
      """
      {
              "Version": "0.0.1",
              "isTemporary": 0,
              "isUserMode": 1,
              "name": "LEE Donggun"
      }
      """
      
    • Config Class Example
      # Config Class Example
      print("Config Class Example")
      
      cfg_class = Config(Test)
      print(cfg_class)
      """
          {
              "age": 24,
              "name": "Donggun LEE"
          }
      """
      
    • Config Object Example
      # Config Object Example
      print("Config Object Example")
      
      cfg_obj = Config(Test())
      print(cfg_class)
      """
          {
              "age": 24,
              "name": "Donggun LEE"
          }
      """
      

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