Loud python messaging!
Loud Python messaging.
Shout is a single module providing simple messaging vocabulary for small applications. Shout is NOT a distributed messaging framework.
from shout import Message, hears, shout class WhoAreYou(Message): pass @hears(WhoAreYou) def lucky_day(): return "We are..." @hears(WhoAreYou) def dusty_bottoms(): return "The threeee..." @hears(WhoAreYou) def ned_nederlander(): return "Amigos!!" msg = shout(WhoAreYou) print("".join(msg.results)) # We are...The threeee...Amigos!!
- Decoupling of a GUI and it’s behavior
- PySide/PyQt signals are bound to widgets making it harder to decouple widgets. You have to explicitly connect each widget’s signals with their slots which could live deep in a hierarchy of widgets.
- Shout Messages are classes themselves, readily available to all other objects in their scope. Shout from inside, outside, top, or bottom of a widget hierarchy, Messages will still get to where they need to go!
- Shout is a single module, easily included with any package.
- It’s easy and fun to use.
Shout is available through the python package index as pyshout.
pip install pyshout
- Note that only the python package name is pyshout, the module it installs is simply shout.
For more information visit the docs.
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.
|Filename, size||File type||Python version||Upload date||Hashes|
|Filename, size pyshout-0.2.3.tar.gz (5.1 kB)||File type Source||Python version None||Upload date||Hashes View|