python -m pip install PyProperties
There are two main methods in PyProperties, load and save, both take a properties's file path as parameter.
load method is in most circumstances redundant, for the __init__ of PyProperties has already called it when you parse a path to it.
load method parses the properties file's key-values into the PyProperties object.
properties = PyProperties(os.path.abspath('./') + '/resources/test.properties')
or call it directly, and do not forget, load will erase current PyProperties object.
properties = PyProperties() properties.load(os.path.abspath('./') + '/resources/test.properties')
save method save current PyProperties object to the parameter path.
remember nothing will happened if one of current PyProperties is empty or path parameter is None
properties.save(os.path.abspath('./') + '/resources/test_1.properties')
read and write properties
The PyProperties object is a like dict object, you can use it as every dict object if you may.
You can use
to read key_wa
and you can use
properties['key_wa'] = '123'
to write new value of key_wa.
most importantly, call
to save your properties in the file system.