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Set up configuration for your application or library with ease.

Project description

configureme

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Set up configuration for your application or library with ease.

Features

configureme gives you a few key features that make your life easy when creating libraries or applications:

  • Easily create configuration following the config.py pattern
  • Use environment variables in your configuration and change them dynamically at runtime
  • Use a .env file and follow the twelve-factor app methodology

Example

Get up and running with full configuration quickly:

from configureme import Config

class Config(object):
    DEBUG = False

config = Config()
# load from a simple object
config.from_object(Config)
# add and watch environment variables
config.from_envar("DEBUG")
# use a dotenv file
config.from_dotenv("/path/to/.env/")
# config works like a dict!
config["DEBUG"] # True

Installation

Installation is easy using pip:

pip install configureme

Advanced Usage

Usage with pipenv

If your using a dev workflow tool like Pipenv, you can easily pair configureme with it. Pipenv will automatically load .env files for you out of the box. To track variables loaded from a .env file when using Pipenv, simply use this pattern:

# .env file
DEBUG=true
from configureme import Config
config = Config()
# watch each variable loaded by Pipenv
config.from_envar("DEBUG")
config["DEBUG"]  # True

Usage with python-dotenv

python-dotenv is a useful tool for managing .env files in multiple environments. As with the previous example, it's easy to pair with configureme.

# .env file
DEBUG=true
from dotenv import load_dotenv
from configureme import Config

load_dotenv()
config = Config()
# watch each variable loaded by python-dotenv
config.from_envar("DEBUG")
config["DEBUG"]  # True

How to contribute

  1. Check for open issues or open a fresh issue to start a discussion around a feature idea or a bug.

  2. Fork the repository on GitHub to start making your changes to the master branch (or branch off of it).

  3. Write a test which shows that the bug was fixed or that the feature works as expected. Make sure to use pre-commit too!

  4. Send a pull request and bug the maintainer until it gets merged and published. Make sure to add yourself to AUTHORS.

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