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Write text to a file with `spit` and read from a file with `slurp`.

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Write text to a file with spit and read from a file with slurp.

By default files are assumed to be encoded in UTF-8. You can specify an alternative encoding via the encoding keyword argument. For a full list of encodings see Standard Encodings.

Installation

pip install spitslurp

Usage

from spitslurp import spit, slurp

txt = u'Hello\nWorld'

# Write a unicode string to a file, by default encoded as UTF-8 and
# truncating the file prior to writing
spit('path/to/file.txt', txt)

txt = u'Hello\nLatin1'

# Append to a file (if it exists) and specify encoding as Latin 1
spit('path/to/file.txt', txt, append=True, encoding='latin1')

# Read the entire contents of a file into a unicode string. Assumes the
# file is in UTF-8 by default
txt = slurp('path/to/file.txt')

# Specify an encoding
txt = slurp('path/to/file.txt', encoding='latin1')

TODO

  • Moar tests

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