Python monkey patching for humans.
Altered States is a reversible state tool. It changes values in an object. When the changes are not needed anymore, it is possible to reverse them.
- Fixed issue in setup.py script
- Added missing changelog
- Altered States now runs on Python 3 (tested on 2.7, 3.5 and 3.6)
- Dropped support for Python 2.6
- Experimental support for Kenneth Reitz Pipenv tool
- Corrected invalid use of os.modules in examples
- Better handling of objects that override __getitem__ (thanks to @merwok).
- Drop support for Python 2.5 (no sane way to solve issue #4 there).
- Added a new API entry point: alter(), that can be used to perform a two-step reversible alteration.
- Updated test suites to use @pytest.fixture notation for fixtures (now requires py.test > 2.3)
- Fixes a bug causing os.environ not to be patchable.
Fixing bug #2 means switching the dict -like object check from isinstance(x, dict) to hasattr(x, ‘__getitem__’). This change is thought to not break backwards compatibility but if you encounter unexpected behaviour in dict / object detection this might be it. I’d be very interested to know about that if you do.
- Alias Expando as E for optional terseness.
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