Patch python built-in objects
This project allows Python code to extend built-in types.
If that's a good idea or not, you tell me. The first need this project attended was allowing a Python assertion library to implement a similar API to RSpec Expectations and should.js. But people got creative and used it to among other things spy on things or to integrate profiling.
It basically allows you to patch built-in objects, declared in C through python. Just like this:
- Add a new method to the
from forbiddenfruit import curse def words_of_wisdom(self): return self * "blah " curse(int, "words_of_wisdom", words_of_wisdom) assert (2).words_of_wisdom() == "blah blah "
- Add a
from forbiddenfruit import curse def hello(self): return "blah" curse(str, "hello", classmethod(hello)) assert str.hello() == "blah"
Reversing a curse
If you want to free your object from a curse, you can use the
function. Just like this:
from forbiddenfruit import curse, reverse curse(str, "test", "blah") assert 'test' in dir(str) # Time to reverse the curse reverse(str, "test") assert 'test' not in dir(str)
reverse() only deletes attributes. If you
curse()'d to replace
a pre-existing attribute,
reverse() won't re-install the existing attribute.
Context Manager / Decorator
cursed() acts as a context manager to make a
curse(), and then
it on exit. It uses
so on Python 3.2+ it can also be used as a function decorator. Like so:
from forbiddenfruit import cursed with cursed(str, "test", "blah"): assert str.test == "blah" assert "test" not in dir(str) @cursed(str, "test", "blah") def function(): assert str.test == "blah" function() assert "test" not in dir(str)
Forbbiden Fruit is tested on CPython 2.7, 3.0, and 3.3-3.7.
Since Forbidden Fruit is fundamentally dependent on the C API, this library won't work on other python implementations, such as Jython, pypy, etc.
Copyright (C) 2013,2019 Lincoln Clarete firstname.lastname@example.org
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Kimberly Chandler, from The Noun Project
- Add cursed() context manager/decorator
- Conditionally build test C extension
- Allow cursing dunder methods with non functions
- Fix dual licensing issues. Distribute both GPLv3 & MIT license files.
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