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Decorator for convenient loading of environment variables

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Decorator for convenient loading of environment variables

Getting started

Install @environment from pip:

pip install atenvironment

Using @environment is as simple as:

from atenvironment import environment

@environment('API_KEY', 'TOKEN')
def check(a, b, c, key, token):
    # API_KEY is in key
    # TOKEN is in token

Then call the function as:

check(a, b, c)

Environment variables are checked and provided to the function. In case the token is not in environment an atenvironment.EnvironMiss exception is raised.

See the docummentation for more details.


0.1.0 (2018-06-12)

  • First release on PyPI.

0.2.0 (2018-06-24)

  • on error: optional function to be called if any of the environment tokens in value is not present in environment
  • in self: optional variable name in case instance property is to be initialized
  • package slightly restructured

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