Declarative Python programming using Parameters.
Param is a library providing Parameters: Python attributes extended to have features such as type and range checking, dynamically generated values, documentation strings, default values, etc., each of which is inherited from parent classes if not specified in a subclass.
Please see param’s website for documentation and examples.
Param has no dependencies outside of Python’s standard library.
Official releases of Param are available at PyPI, and can be installed via pip install --user param, pip install param, or easy_install param.
More recent changes can be obtained by cloning the git repository.
Notable additions, or changes that may require users to alter code, are listed below.
- Switched to Python’s own logging module.
- Improved support for time when using Dynamic parameters.
- Optional extension for IPython users.
A full list of changes since the previous release is available on GitHub.
- Initial release.
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