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  • PyConfigExtended - Jarngreipr

    Handles extended but compatible config files

    The common - widely accustomed - configuration file format is mainly section oriented with limits for the application. Namely for the file based "executable-setup' of software components including graphical user interfaces. Alternatives are already available, e.g. ConfigParser and ConfigObj. The main for yet another issue arose from the requirements: 1. to supply an integrated solution of simple configuration files with the internal data representation by PyObjectTrees 2. to supply a facility for the customizable setup of complex software components including graphical interfaces by a 'simple' syntax - applicable for almost anyone. Therefore e.g. following features are introduced: -> path-like section names - representing tree structures with name spaces, e.g. '[a.b.c]' -> introduction of multiple keywords for recursive resolution and replacement during the scan, e.g. for environment, executables, includes, GUI masks, SW components, .. ***UPDATE SOON*** V1.0=Jarngreipr

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  • PyObjectTrees - Megingiard

    Provides path-like addressing of object trees

    The module PyObjectTrees - pyobjtrees - provides path like access with customizable implict creation of tree members. The design is inspired by object management trees for ITU-T standards, but provides a basic layer for any generic data in tree structure. The short example for now is (update is going to follow soon): The call: A=OmAttributesTree() A[key0][key1][key3][key4]='It's me!' creates: A={key0:{key1:{key3:{key4:'It's me!'}}}} The call B=OmAttributesTree() B[key0][[key1a,key1b,ke1c]][key3][key4]='It's one of mine!' creates: B={key0:{ key1a:{key3:{key4:'It's one of mine!'}} key1b:{key3:{key4:'It's one of mine!'}} key1c:{key3:{key4:'It's one of mine!'}} } } Just a few of resulting shortcuts, following data types are supported: constructed: list, dictionary scalars: any Python type including constructred. ***UPDATE SOON*** V1.0 - Megingiard

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