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Tinypath is a tiny object-oriented file path module that provides only the most crucial and commonly needed functionality, making it easy to learn and efficient to use.

Project Description

Tinypath is a tiny file path module that provides only the most crucial and commonly needed functionality, including turning files and folders into classes. Designed as a companion module for projects that require handling arbitrary paths from users without breaking, and easy navigation of local file systems.

By staying tiny in both size and functionality, the API is easy to learn so you can start using it right away. Essentially, it provides object-oriented access to files and folders with several convenient attributes such as checking file or folder size, handling a lot of the intricacies of os.path behind the scene so you do not have to.


Tested on Python version 2.x.


Pure Python, no dependencies.

Installing it

Tinypath is installed with pip from the commandline:

pip install tinypath

More Information:


This code is free to share, use, reuse, and modify according to the MIT license, see license.txt


Karim Bahgat (2015)


0.1.1 (2015-12-11)

  • Lowercased package name

0.1.0 (2015-06-26)

  • First pypi release

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