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The `Status` class represents the status of some event.

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statuses

The Status class represents the status of some event. It is one of either:

  • Failed
  • NotStarted
  • InProgress(progress)
  • Succeeded

Installation

$ pip install statuses

Example

from typing import Iterable

from status import InProgress, Failed, NotStarted, Succeeded

class Report:
    def __init__(self: "Report"):
        self.status = NotStarted()

    def run(self: "Report", foo: str, bar: Iterable[int]):
        if foo == "badstring":
            self.status = Failed()

        for i, b in enumerate(bar):
            self.status = InProgress(i / len(bar) * 100)
            print(self.status)

        self.status = Succeeded()

r = Report()
print(r.status)
r.run("goodstring", range(10))
print(r.status)

Documentation

Ugly looking documentation can be located at docs/index.html.

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