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Python module which provides decorators to make dependency injection easy to use.

Project Description

Dependency injection framework for Python

DI_ENABLE - module variable to enable/disable
the whole DI mechanism (default: True)
@inject - decorator for classes, function or methods

that prepares the injections and executes then when the decorated function or method is called.

When used on a class it only prepares the structures and instance methods that use DI must be decorated by @usesclassinject

@usesclassinject - this marks an instance method which
should use DI prepared by @inject on a class level

Known issues and limitations:

  • it is not able to redefine a variable name which is also provided by closure (closure one has priority)
  • decorated class shares it’s DI dictionary between all it’s instances
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0.3

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0.2

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