Factory+Registry pattern for Python classes.
At the intersection of the Registry and Factory patterns lies the ClassRegistry:
Define global factories that generate new class instances based on configurable keys.
Seamlessly create powerful service registries.
Integrate with setuptools’s entry_points system to make your registries infinitely extensible by 3rd-party libraries!
Create a registry using the klass_registry.ClassRegistry class, then decorate any classes that you wish to register with its register method:
from klass_registry import ClassRegistry pokedex = ClassRegistry() @pokedex.register('fire') class Charizard(Pokemon): ... @pokedex.register('grass') class Bulbasaur(Pokemon): ... @pokedex.register('water') class Squirtle(Pokemon): ...
To create a class instance from a registry, use the subscript operator:
# Charizard, I choose you! fighter1 = pokedex['fire'] # CHARIZARD fainted! # How come my rival always picks the type that my pokémon is weak against?? fighter2 = pokedex['grass']
There’s a whole lot more you can do with ClassRegistry, including:
Provide args and kwargs to new class instances.
Automatically register non-abstract classes.
Integrate with setuptools’s entry_points system so that 3rd-party libraries can add their own classes to your registries.
Wrap your registry in an instance cache to create a service registry.
For more advanced usage, check out the documentation on ReadTheDocs!
ClassRegistry is compatible with Python versions 3.7, 3.6, 3.5 and 2.7.
Install the latest stable version via pip:
pip install klass-registry
Running Unit Tests
To run unit tests after installing from source:
python setup.py test
This project is also compatible with tox, which will run the unit tests in different virtual environments (one for each supported version of Python).
To run the unit tests, it is recommended that you use the detox library. detox speeds up the tests by running them in parallel.
Install the package with the test-runner extra to set up the necessary dependencies, and then you can run the tests with the tox command:
pip install -e .[test-runner] tox -v
Documentation is available on ReadTheDocs.
If you are installing from source (see above), you can also build the documentation locally:
Install extra dependencies (you only have to do this once):
pip install '.[docs-builder]'
Switch to the docs directory:
Build the documentation:
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