Typed settings based on attrs classes
PoC for library for managing (typed) settings – for server processes as well as commandline programms.
Default settings are defined by app and can be overridden by config files, environment variables and click options.
You define settings as attrs class with types, converters and validators.
Attributes are basic data types (bool, int, float, str), lists of basic types, or nested settings classes.
Settings can be loaded from multiple config files.
Config files are allowed to contain settings for multiple apps (like
Paths to config files have to be explicitly named. Most defaults are not useful in many cases and have to be changed anyways.
Additional paths for config files can be specified via an environment variable. As in
PATH, multiple paths are separated by a
:. The last file in the list has the highest priority.
Environment variables with a defined prefix override settings from config files. This can optionally be disabled.
Click options for some or all settings can be generated. They are passed to the cli function as a single object (instead of individually).
Settings must be explicitly loaded, either via
Both functions allow you to customize config file paths, prefixes et cetera.
import click import typed_settings as ts @ts.settings class Host: name: str port: int = ts.option(converter=int) @ts.settings(kw_only=True) class Settings: url: str default: int = 3 host: Host = ts.option(converter=lambda d: Host(**d)) settings = ts.load_settings( settings_cls=Settings, appname='example', config_files=['settings.toml'] ) print(settings) @click.command() @ts.click_options(Settings, 'example', ['settings.toml']) def main(settings): print(settings) if __name__ == '__main__': main()
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