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Let you use function annotations (PEP 3107) to parseand validate arguments

Project description

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Thunderargs
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Abstract
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Installation
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.. code-block:: bash

sudo pip install thunderargs

Usage
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You can use it like this:

.. code-block:: python

from thunderargs import Arg
from thunderargs.endpoint import Endpoint


@Endpoint
def max_int(x: Arg(int), y: Arg(int)):
return max(x,y)

Or you can use it with flask, like this:

.. code-block:: python

@app.route('/calc_with_expander/')
def calc_with_expander(x:Arg(int), y:Arg(int),
op:Arg(str, default='+', expander=OPERATION)):
return str(op(x,y))

(Since version 0.3 this feature was moved to `other repo <https://bitbucket.org/dsupiev/flask-thunderargs>`_.)

Or you can write your own proxy to any other framework!

Read the example.py

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