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JSON Settings

Project Description

Introduction

Persistent Pineapple provides a simple interface to save settings for applications or other modules. The settings file is in the JSON format for simplicty. A slightly modified JSON format is used to allow for comments and other creature features. Please read the _json.py file for more details.

Documentation

Documentation is hosted on persistetpineapple.readthedocs.org

Install

Download the tarball and install with pip install <package>.

Usage

See the unit tests for more in-depth examples. Here are the basics:

Example code

settings = PersistentPineapple('/etc/myapp.json')
print settings.program_name
if settings.debug:
    print "we're in debug mode"
settings.debug = False

Example settings file (/etc/myapp.json)

{
    // App settings ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

    // Name of the program
    "program_name": "myapp",

    // HTTP POST listener port
    "port": 8009,

    // Debugging stuff
    "debug": true,

    // Logging settings
    "console_log_level": "INFO",
}
Release History

Release History

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1.0.0

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