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Enforced declarative specification of module-level code objects.

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This is a Python module for encouraging certain things be executed declaratively, at module-import time, so that those declarations are fixed throughout the lifetime of a program and are not (for example) subject to injection of untrusted data from a network or the user into a place that should only contain fixed information specified by a programmer.

(At present the state of the code could charitably be described as "experimental".)

You can read a little more about this here:

I've set up this repository just as a sketch, to see if there is interest. If you'd like to see a more productionized (i.e.: tested) version of this, please feel free to contribute!

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