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Python package making it easier to work with lots of parameters

Project description

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Python package making it easier to work with lots of parameters.

Features

  • Lightweight: only depends on PyYAML
  • Cross-platform: Linux, Mac and Windows are all supported
  • Tested with Python 2.7, 3.3, 3.4, and 3.5

Quick Guide

To install jicparameters:

git clone https://github.com/JIC-CSB/jicparameters.git
cd jicparameters
python setup.py install

Create some parameters:

>>> from jicparameters import Parameters
>>> params = Parameters(pi=3.14, radius=10)
>>> params
{'pi': 3.14, 'radius': 10}

Add another parameter:

>>> params["fudge_factor"] = 42
>>> params
{'fudge_factor': 42, 'pi': 3.14, 'radius': 10}

View as YAML:

>>> print(params.to_yaml())
---
fudge_factor: 42
pi: 3.14
radius: 10
<BLANKLINE>

Save to file:

>>> params.to_file("params.yml")

Read from file:

>>> p2 = Parameters.from_file("params.yml")
>>> assert params == p2

History

0.1.0

  • Initial upload to PyPi

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