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Censor sensitive string data in Python.

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expurgator

Censor sensitive string data in Python.

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Quickstart

Install with:

pip install expurgator

Usage

Like so:

from expurgator import shallow_dict_expurgator

orig_dict = {'user': 'johnsmith', 'pass': 'supersecret'}
censored_dict = shallow_dict_expurgator(orig_dict)

# censored_dict is now:
# {'user': 'johnsmith', 'pass': '<SensitiveString>'}

Building

To build this library as a wheel:

python setup.py bdist_wheel --universal

Testing

First, make sure you have pytest installed:

pip install pytest

To run all tests, simply do:

py.test

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Copyright 2018 IRESS Ltd.

License: Apache License 2.0.

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