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Virtual user-persistent variables, accessible via an environment object

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Simple python module to save and load user-persistent strings, that will stay after application stop. Note that the variables will be stored unencrypted.


import vvar

# Store
vvar.example_var = "Example String"

# Read
# Output: Example String

# Delete
del vvar.example_var

# Use the oenv to store any variable which can be serialized via pickle
vvar.oenv.example_obj = ["hello", "world"]


pip install vvar

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