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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 (
Python version:3.x


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

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


Via pip:

$ pip install drypy

or download the project from the github and compile the package

$ git clone
$ 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):
>>> 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 (check the docs for a working example).

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

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