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ExtendParser extend stanrad ConfigParser for some functionality.

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Extend parser is set of ConfigParser extensions. Get and Include extensions are added to one class ExtendParser. For more details see source code, or use help.

copyright:2018, see AUTHORS for more details
license:BSD, see LICENSE for more details

Library

ExtendParser

>>> from extendparser import ExtendParser
>>> cp = ExtendParser()

Include

Include class can append content from other configuration files. Let’s have these configuration files:

# test.ini
[main]
string = value
.include numbers.ini
# numbers.ini
integer = 42
.include const.ini
# const.ini
pi = 3.14

Here is the string buffer which ConfiguratinParser will read:

# test.ini
[main]
string = value
# numbers.ini
integer = 42
# const.ini
pi = 3.14

Get

Get class has two smart methods get_option and get_section to get value(s) in any type you want.

>>> from extendparser.get import Get
>>> cp = Get()
>>> print(cp.get_option("test", "number", target=int, fallback=1))
1
>>> print(cp.get_option("test", "list", target=list, fallback=["a"],
...                      delimiter=','))
['a']
>>> cp.add_section("test")
>>> cp.set("test", "tuple", "a:b:c")
>>> print(cp.get_option("test", "tuple", target=tuple, delimiter=':'))
('a', 'b', 'c')
>>> print(cp.get_section("test", (("tuple", tuple, tuple(), ':'),
...                               ("string", str, "value"))))
{'tuple': ('a', 'b', 'c'), 'string': 'value'}

Environment

Environ module has two classes, which extend ConfigParser to read environment variables. There is EnvironFirst class, which read environment variables first, and then use original get method.

>>> from os import environ
>>> from configparser import ConfigParser
>>> from extendparser.environ import EnvironFirst
>>> cp = EnvironFirst()
>>> cp.add_section("test")
>>> cp.getint("test", "number", fallback=1)
1
>>> cp.set("test", "number", "7")
>>> cp.getint("test", "number")
7
>>> environ["TEST_NUMBER"] = "42"
>>> cp.getint("test", "number")
42

Next EnvironLast class use environment variable as fallback for original get method.

>>> from os import environ
>>> from configparser import ConfigParser
>>> from extendparser.environ import EnvironLast
>>> cp = EnvironLast()
>>> cp.add_section("test")
>>> cp.getfloat("test", "float", fallback=1.0)
1.0
>>> environ["TEST_FLOAT"] = "42"
>>> cp.getfloat("test", "float", fallback=1)
42.0
>>> cp.set("test", "float", "3.14")
>>> cp.getfloat("test", "float")
3.14

Installation

~$ pip install extendparser

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