A python command service engine package
Csepy - Command pattern based Service Engine for Python
Welcome to the CSEPY environment.
Please note that Csepy and this readme are a work in progress and not yet ready for production use.
Installation instructions coming soon...
What is Csepy?
Csepy is designed to make it simple to create and manage large and complex services with ease. Csepy's goal is to separate the service infrastructure from the services logic base to allow then developer a strong base they can stand on and requires them to only program specific service capabilities.
Csepy uses a combination of reflection, dynamic importation, command pattern, context passing and command queueing to break down complex services and provide the user with out of the box, easy to use tools to run a service in minutes.
One way to think of Csepy is as a reverse PIP - even though Csepy is an imported project, Csepy believes and acts as though it is the main service and defacto imports the capabilities of the importing service and other services registered to Csepy into itself, creating a capabilities dictionary, organizing, ordering and taking charge of all the services basic operational requirements such as communication between methods, base level error catching, logging and more.
Simplify - Csepy aims to help developers follow the clean code rule of separation of responsibility by providing an ecosystem where every 'logic partition' can be entirely separated from code that is not directly relevant to it, making it simple to add additional logic, debug and design new components.
Ease of use - We do not want installing and integrating Csepy to take the amount of time and energy that building even part of what Csepy offers would have taken. Therefore Csepy's integration and use in a new and existing project is extremely simple and intuitive with as little intervention into the services code as possible.
Ecosystem - Csepy is designed to work with 'parts of projects', requiring only then logic code. In addition, Csepy can work with multiple 'logic partitions' under the same service. This allows the developer to split their services code into 'sub services' and manage each set of capabilities seperatly, importing them to different projects as needed and sharing them with the community.
Csepy scripting - Csepy lets you choose how you want to use it. You can integrate Csepy into your project, directly calling its methods, you can pass 'command line style' commands into Csepy and it will run them, you can create more complex scripting files that csepy can run or run them via command line. The choice on how to use your service is yours.
Separated But Entwined - Csepy allows the unique capability of connecting methods that don't know each exist. By following Csepy's language design you can connect multiple commands and make different features recognize one another while keeping all methods used ignorant of the others allowing very powerful combinations while keeping the service architecture clean.
Csepy Deep dive
Csepy uses a three main capabilities together:
Reflection - Csepy iterates the project from the root directory registered at the service installation and finds, registers and imports all the python classes with public facing method metadata. By doing this Csepy creates an in memory collection of all the capabilities the user can access in the service.
Command Design Pattern - By using the well known Command design pattern, Csepy can access each of the the methods the user has defined as accessible without knowing anything about them.
Command Queue and context - By using multiple queues and contexts to organize and control the current service state, request, future requests and so forth, Csepy allows chaining requests, passing requests into other requests to create linked-separated capabilities and running processes async while keeping each processes queue ordered.
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