A quick way to get a temporary pathlib.Path.
Provides a quick way to get a
pathlib.Path file in the system-defined
temppath does not wrap
as that automatically deletes on close, and does not allow the same file to be
written, closed, then read in Windows,
which is inconsistent with the Unix implementation. Since
pathlib.Path objects, this is not an issue.
There is a nice context manager, which will remove the path for you.
from temppath import TemporaryPathContext with TemporaryPathContext() as t: t.write_text('the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog') ... do_something_awesome_that_reads(t) # The file is removed when you leave the `with` context.
You also have the option to just clean it up yourself if you need more control.
from temppath import TemporaryPath t = TemporaryPath() t.write_text('the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog') ... do_something_awesome_that_reads(t) ... t.unlink()
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