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Python utilities to perform dryrun.

Project description

The module helps you to implement dryrun mode in your Python projects with an easy switch ‘on/off’ feature.

Authors:Daniele Zanotelli (dazano@gmail.com)
Copyright:2017-2018
License:MIT
Python version:3.x

Documentation

The package is supplied with Sphinx compilable documentation under the docs directory.

You can read the latest docs visiting the project docs online.

Installation

Via pip:

$ pip install drypy

or download the project from the github and compile the package

$ git clone https://github.com/dzanotelli/drypy.git
$ cd drypy
$ make whl

and you’ll find your brand-new whl under the dist/ subdirectory.

Basic usage

Apply the sham decorator to your function and set dryrun as on.

from drypy import dryrun
from drypy.patterns import sham

>>> @sham
>>> def foo(bar):
        pass
>>> dryrun(True)
>>> foo(42)

Will log the following output:

[DRYRUN] call to 'foo(42)'

using the python standard logging facility, thus it’s up to you to correctly configure it.

To use custom substitutes with specific beahviours please check the docs for the sheriff-deputy pattern.

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