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Another Python configuration tool

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Cool Config

Simple way to use configuration files with Python configuration model.


Python 3.6+


Simple usage example:

from cool_config import *

class Config(AbstractConfig):
    Configuration model inherits from AbstractConfig, and all configuration sections from Section
    class main(Section):
        a = Integer

    b = Integer

config = Config()  # create global configuration object and import it

# more examples available in test/
if __name__ == '__main__':
    config_data = {
        'main': {
            'a': 5
        'b': 42

    # config.load('config.yml')  # initialize configuration with config.yml in 
    #   you application entry point (before `config` usage)

    print(config)  # {'b': 42, 'main': {'a': 5}}
    print(config.main.a)  # 5
    print(config.b)  # 42

    config_data_b = {
        'main': {
            'a': 55
    print(config)  # {'b': 42, 'main': {'a': 55}}

        TEST__main__a = '6'
        TEST__b = '22'
        THE_ANSWER_KEY = '42'
    config.update_from_env('TEST', delimiter='__')
    print(config)  # {'b': 22, 'main': {'a': 6}}

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