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Simple Python configuration file management.

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Simple Python configuration file management.

Confirm validates a configuration file (.INI or YAML format) against a YAML configuration schema.


$ pip install confirm

Example schema file

        "required": true
        "description": "Name of the system associated with the server."
        "type": "str"
        "required": true
        "type": "str"
        "description": "Listening address of the HTTP server."
        "default": "localhost"
        "required": true
        "type": "int"
        "default": 8088
        "description": "Port of the HTTP server."
        "description": "Initial number of threads in the thread pool."
        "type": "int"
        "default": 10
        "description": "Maximum number of threads in the thread pool."
        "type": "int"
        "default": 100
        "deprecated": true


$ confirm validate examples/confirm.yaml project.conf
Error   : Missing required section system.
Error   : Missing required section http_server.
Warning : Deprecated option maximum_pool_size is present in section threading!

Confirm can also be used for validation as a Python library:

from confirm.validator import validator_from_config_file

  result = validator_from_config_file(config_file_path, schema_file_path)


MIT License.

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