Set of python helpers to ease development
Welcome to pysol
Copyright (C) 2013/2017 Laurent Labatut / Laurent Champagnac
pysolbase is a set of python helpers to ease development.
It is gevent (co-routines) based.
Engage gevent monkey patching and setup default logger configuration:
Initialize logging system (without engaging gevent) with default configuration (ie console logs - there is support for syslog and file logs).
Re-initialize logging system (without engaging gevent):
ms = SolBase.mscurrent() do_something() ms_elapsed = SolBase.msdiff(ms)
dt = SolBase.datecurrent() do_something() ms_elapsed = SolBase.datediff(dt)
bin_buf = SolBase.unicode_to_binary('This is my text buffer', encoding='utf-8') unicode_string = SolBase.binary_to_unicode(bin_buf, encoding='utf-8')
FileUtility.append_text_to_file('/tmp/test.txt', 'This is my text buffer', 'utf-8') bin_buf = FileUtility.file_to_binary('/tmp/test.txt') unicode_string = FileUtility.file_to_text('/tmp/test.txt', 'utf-8')
try: a = None b = a + 1 except Exception as e: logger.warn("Ex=%s", SolBase.extostr(e))
- We are pep8 compliant (as far as we can, with some exemptions)
- We use a right margin of 360 characters (please don't talk me about 80 chars)
- All unittest files must begin with
Test, should implement setUp and tearDown methods
- All tests must adapt to any running directory
- The whole project is backed by gevent (http://www.gevent.org/)
- We use docstring (:return, :rtype, :param, :type etc), they are mandatory
- We use PyCharm "noinspection", feel free to use them
- Debian 10 or greater, x64, Python 3.7
To run unittests, you will need:
- nothing special except Python and dependencies requirements.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
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