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settings_parser: Load, parse and validate user settings

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Load and parse user settings


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Installation

Python 3.5 or 3.6 is required. Installing Anaconda is recommended; it works with Windows (64/32 bits), Linux (64/32 bits) and Mac (64 bits).

After installing Anaconda execute the following commands at the command prompt (cmd.exe for Windows, shell for Linux and Mac):

conda config --add channels conda-forge
conda config --add channels pedvide
conda install settings_parser

(The first two commands add packages repositories with up-to-date versions of all needed packages.)

or

pip install settings_parser

That will download and install all necessary files.

Update

If you installed it using conda, update with:

conda update settings_parser

If you installed it with pip, update with:

pip install -U settings_parser

Features

Documentation

TODO

Bugs/Requests

Please use the GitHub issue tracker to submit bugs or request features.

License

Copyright Pedro Villanueva Delgado, 2017.

Distributed under the terms of the MIT license, settings_parser is free and open source software.

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