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PyConfs, unified handling of configuration files for Python

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PyConfs

Unified handling of configuration files in Python

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Installing PyConfs

PyConfs is available at PyPI. You can install it using Pip:

$ python -m pip install pyconfs

Using PyConfs

A PyConfs Configuration is a dictionary-like object that unifies several different configuration file formats, including INI, JSON, TOML, and YAML.

Read a configuration from file:

from pyconfs import Configuration
cfg = Configuration.from_file("sample.json")

Access entries in a configuration:

package_name = cfg.name
first_name = cfg.author.firstname

Installing From Source

You can always download the latest version of PyConfs from GitHub. PyConfs uses Flit as a setup tool.

To install PyConfs from the downloaded source, run Flit:

$ python -m flit install --deps production

If you want to change and play with the PyConfs source code, you should install it in editable mode:

$ python -m flit install --symlink

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