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Custom Enum classes for Python 3.4

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What

Custom Enum classes for the Python 3.4 enum module.

Install

$ pip install enum34-custom

Usage

MultiValueEnum

Enum subclass where a member can be any iterable (even a generator, except str). You can reference a member by any of its element in the associated iterable. It might be usable for e.g. Equivalence Class Partitioning (ECP/EC testing).

from enum34_custom import MultiValueEnum

class Suit(MultiValueEnum):
    CLUBS =    '♣', 'c', 'C'
    DIAMONDS = '♦', 'd', 'D'
    HEARTS =   '♥', 'h', 'H'
    SPADES =   '♠', 's', 'S'

>>> print(Suit.CLUBS)
Suit.CLUBS

>>> Suit.CLUBS
<Suit.CLUBS: ('♣', 'c', 'C')>

>>> Suit('c')
<Suit.CLUBS: ('♣', 'c', 'C')>

>>> Suit('c') is Suit('C') is Suit('♣') is Suit.CLUBS
True

>>> import pickle
>>> pickle.loads(pickle.dumps(Suit('c'))) is Suit('♣')
True

>>> Suit('L')
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "/Users/walkman/Projects/enum34-custom/enum34_custom.py", line 19, in __call__
    return super().__call__(suit)
  File "/usr/local/Cellar/python3/3.4.1/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.4/lib/python3.4/enum.py", line 222, in __call__
    return cls.__new__(cls, value)
  File "/usr/local/Cellar/python3/3.4.1/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.4/lib/python3.4/enum.py", line 457, in __new__
    raise ValueError("%s is not a valid %s" % (value, cls.__name__))
ValueError: L is not a valid Suit

>>> list(Suit)
[<Suit.CLUBS: ('♣', 'c', 'C')>,
 <Suit.DIAMONDS: ('♦', 'd', 'D')>,
 <Suit.HEARTS: ('♥', 'h', 'H')>,
 <Suit.SPADES: ('♠', 's', 'S')>]
  • Generators will immediately be exhausted at class creation time!

  • To conform to the standard library behavior, overlapping iterables are considered aliases, and works the same way as in stdlib (lookup will match the first declared element):

    >>> class MyOverLappingMVE(MultiValueEnum):
    ...     A = (0, 1, 2, 3, 4)
    ...     B = (4, 5, 6, 7, 8)
    >>> MyOverLappingMVE(4)
    <MyOverLappingMVE.A: (0, 1, 2, 3, 4)>

    If you want to make sure, no overlapping elements are present between members, you can use the no_overlap decorator:

    >>> from enum34_custom import MultiValueEnum, no_overlap
    
    >>> @no_overlap
    ... class NoOverLappingEnum(MultiValueEnum):
    ...     A = (1, 2, 3)
    ...     B = (3, 4, 5)
    ...
    /Users/walkman/Projects/enum34-custom/enum34_custom.py in no_overlap(multienum)
         55                                   (alias, name, intersection) in duplicates])
         56         raise ValueError('common element found in {!r}: {}'
    ---> 57                          .format(multienum, alias_details))
         58     return multienum
         59
    
    ValueError: common element found in <enum 'NoOverLappingEnum'>: B & A -> {3}
  • Beware with storing lots of data, every value will stored twice (MultiValueEnum stores values internally in a set for faster lookups)

  • If you declare a dict as a value, keys will be looked up (as expected)

CaseInsensitiveMultiValueEnum

This works the same way as MultiValueEnum except if a member’s value contains a str, those will be compared in a case-insensitive member.

Consider the following example:

class SimpleMultiValueEnum(MultiValueEnum):
    one = 1, 'one'
    two = 2, 'two'

>>> SimpleMultiValueEnum('One')
/usr/local/Cellar/python3/3.4.1_1/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.4/lib/python3.4/enum.py in __new__(cls, value)
    455                 if member.value == value:
    456                     return member
--> 457         raise ValueError("%s is not a valid %s" % (value, cls.__name__))
    458
    459     def __repr__(self):

ValueError: One is not a valid SimpleMultiValueEnum

While:

class CaseInsensitiveMVE(CaseInsensitiveMultiValueEnum):
    one = 1, 'one'
    two = 2, 'two'

>>> CaseInsensitiveMVE('One')
<CaseInsensitiveMVE.one: (1, 'one')>

StrEnum

Members of this enum are also instances of str and directly comparable to strings. str type is forced at declaration. Works the same way as described in Python Enum documentation, except for checking type.

CaseInsensitiveStrEnum

Same as StrEnum, but members stored as uppercase, and comparing to them is case insensitive also:

from enum34_custom import CaseInsensitiveStrEnum
class MyCaseInsensitiveStrEnum(CaseInsensitiveStrEnum):
    one = 'a'
    two = 'b'

>>> MyCaseInsensitiveStrEnum('a') == 'A'
True
>>> MyCaseInsensitiveStrEnum.one == 'a'
True

Testing

$ python setup.py test

Or install package in development mode and test with py.test:

$ pip install -e .
$ py.test

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