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Project Description

Returns facts of local machine.

Installation

pip install facts

CLI Usage

Get all facts:

facts all

Get one fact:

fact read foo

Get the human readable memory usage:

fact read memory --human

Set one custom fact:

fact write foo 'It is nice'

When value is a mapping, then you can choose between 2 merging strategies:

fact write foo '{is: bar}' --format yaml --replace
fact write foo '{not: baz}' --format yaml --merge

Delete a custom fact:

fact delete foo

Targeting

By convention key facts can’t have colon marks. Because facts can be nested, and it’s possible to target these sub data. Each parts must be seperated by a colon. For example if:

fact read foo

returns:

is: bar
not: baz

Then:

fact read foo:is

returns:

bar

But:

fact read foo:wrong:key

will return nothing.

Matching

It is also possible to check if a certain fact turns out true:

fact match foo:is:bar

Grafting

Facts allow you to extends with ‘grafts’. There is 2 ways

1. by modules

You can extend with your own facts. Any python modules under ~/.facts/grafts will be loaded. For example:

# ~/.facts/grafts/my_grafts.py

from facts import graft, mark

@graft
def hello_world():
    return {
        'hello': 'world',
        'size': mark(1234567890, 'bytes')
    }

Will append the fact hello with the value world, and the fact size with one of these values (depending the –human switch) 1234567890 or 1.1G.

2. with setuptools

You also write python libraries that will contribute to facts with using setuptools. Add the following to the setup.py function:

entry_points={
    'facts.graft': [
        'plugin-1 = mylib:plugin_1',
        'plugin-2 = mylib:plugin_2'
    ]
}
Release History

Release History

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