Mixin which converts ``data class instance`` and others each other more simple.


Keywords
dict, json, yaml, parser, mixin
License
MIT
Install
pip install owlmixin==6.2.3

Documentation

OwlMixin

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(οΎŸβˆ€οΎŸ) v5.0 have breaking changes
  • TIterator#group_by
    • Return TDict[TList[T]] instead of TDict[TIterator[T]]
(οΎŸβˆ€οΎŸ) v4.0 have breaking changes
  • OwlMixin
    • Must use keyword arguments in from_XXX and to_XXX except for some ones
    • from_csvf -> from_csvf_to_list
  • TList
    • head -> take
    • partial -> partition (switch left and right)
  • transformers.XXX
    • Must use keyword arguments in
      • to_dict
      • to_dicts
      • to_json
      • to_jsonf
      • to_yaml
      • to_yamlf
      • to_csv
      • to_csvf

πŸ’ͺ Motivation

Have you ever wanted to write robust code in Python? This library will make such your wishes come true.

Define your data class which is extend OwlMixin, you can use some useful methods which help your codes robust. See following Example and API Reference sections.

πŸ’ƒ Installation

pip install owlmixin

πŸ“œ API Reference

https://tadashi-aikawa.github.io/owlmixin/

πŸ‘‰ Examples

from owlmixin import OwlMixin, OwlEnum, TOption, TList

class Color(OwlEnum):
    RED = "red"
    GREEN = "green"
    BLUE = "blue"

class Food(OwlMixin):
    id: int
    name: str
    color: TOption[Color]

class Human(OwlMixin):
    id: int
    name: str
    favorite: TList[Food]

jiro = Human.from_dict({
    "id": 10,
    "name": "jiro",
    "favorite": [
        {"id": 1, "name": "apple"},
        {"id": 2, "name": "orange", "color": "green"}
    ]
})

Then...

>>> jiro.id
10
>>> jiro.name
'jiro'

>>> print(jiro.to_dict())
{'id': 10, 'name': 'jiro', 'favorite': [{'id': 1, 'name': 'apple'}, {'id': 2, 'name': 'orange', 'color': 'green'}]}

>>> print(jiro.favorite[0].to_pretty_json())
{
    "id": 1,
    "name": "apple"
}

>>> print(jiro.to_yaml())
favorite:
  - id: 1
    name: apple
  - color: green
    id: 2
    name: orange
id: 10
name: jiro

>>> print(jiro.favorite.to_csv(['id', 'name', 'color'], with_header=True))
id,name,color
1,apple,
2,orange,green

You can also use methods chains as following.

from owlmixin import OwlMixin, TOption, TIterator


class Repository(OwlMixin):
    id: int
    name: str
    description: TOption[str]
    stargazers_count: int


class GithubRepository(OwlMixin):
    total_count: int
    incomplete_results: bool
    items: TIterator[Repository]

Then...

>>> print(
...     GithubRepository
...         .from_json_url("https://api.github.com/search/repositories?q=git")
...         .items
...         .filter(lambda x: x.stargazers_count > 100)
...         .order_by(lambda x: x.stargazers_count, True)
...         .take(5)
...         .emap(lambda v, i: {
...             'RANK': i+1,
...             'STAR': v.stargazers_count,
...             'NAME': v.name,
...             'DESCRIPTION': v.description
...         })
...         .to_csv(fieldnames=["RANK", "STAR", "NAME", "DESCRIPTION"], with_header=True)
... )
RANK,STAR,NAME,DESCRIPTION
1,84643,gitignore,A collection of useful .gitignore templates
2,30456,gogs,Gogs is a painless self-hosted Git service.
3,29908,git-flight-rules,Flight rules for git
4,27704,git,Git Source Code Mirror - This is a publish-only repository and all pull requests are ignored. Please follow Documentation/SubmittingPatches procedure for any of your improvements.
5,15541,tips,Most commonly used git tips and tricks.

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πŸ’» For developers

Requirements

  • poetry
  • make

Flow

  1. Development on master and if you need branches and issues, create them
  2. Commit with prefix emoji such as "πŸ“", and suffix issue number like "#120"

Commands

# Create env
$ poetry env use <path of python 3.8>
$ poetry install

# Build documentation and run server locally
$ make serve-docs

# Test (Doc test & Unit test)
$ make test

πŸ“¦ Release

Requirements

  • poetry
  • make
  • ghr

Commands

make release version=x.y.z