Class wrappers for regular expressions with proper fields for match groups.
For the time being, more documentation is at this project’s github pages.
rewrapped lets you wrap your regular expressions in classes with match groups flexibly mapped to named fields.
A simple example:
from rewrapped import ReWrap, matched class Inventory(ReWrap): matchOn = "([0-9]+)\s+(\S+)" count = matched.g1.asInt item = matched.g2
This will yield match results which map the first match field to the integer count, and the second to the string field item:
>>> i = Inventory.search("there are 45 oranges left") >>> i.count 45 >>> i.item 'oranges' >>>
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