Python parser for RAML.
pyraml-parser - Python parser to RAML, the RESTful API Modeling Language.
Implementation of a RAML parser for Python based on PyYAML. It is compliant with RAML 0.8 http://raml.org/spec.html
The pyraml package can be installed with pip or easy_install from GIT repository or from tarball.
For Python 2.6 packages ordereddict and ‘lxml’ should be installed:
$ pip install ordereddict lxml
You may need to install nose, tox and mock packages to run pyraml-parser tests.
Typical installation process for developing purposes:
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:an2deg/pyraml-parser.git $ cd pyraml-parser $ pip install mock $ python setup.py develop
To run tests on all supported python versions:
$ pip install tox $ tox
Or to run tests with nose:
$ pip install nose $ python -m nose
Or to run tests using unittest:
$ python setup.py test
An instance of the RamlRoot object can be obtained by calling the pyraml.parser.load function:
p = pyraml.parser.load(‘schema.raml’)
MIT LICENSE —
Copyright (c) 2011-2015 Jason Huck, Simon Georget http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT
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- Pin PyYAML to 3.13 as the last working version (@mzagozen)
- Use !include content as a string (@mzagozen)
- Fix unit tests (@mzagozen)
- Added Python3 support (https://github.com/an2deg/pyraml-parser/pull/18)