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custom-settings 1.0.post1

Utility for the settings file

When describing in python of the configuration file, you need to change it in each environment. For example of Django. This package provides the utility to assist it.


$ pip install custom_settings

How to use it


Do the following to use this configuration file.

>>> import custom_settings
>>> custom = custom_settings.load('settings_custom')
>>> custom.get('AUTH_CREDENTIAL')

If you specified type_ argument, convert type to.

>>> custom.get('INTEGER_VALUE', type_=int, default=10)

If you specify True in use_environ, if it does not exist in settings_custom, acquired from the os.environ.

>>> custom.get('PS1', use_environ=True)
'$ '

If you specify default, if it does not exist in settings_custom, to used default.

>>> custom.get('NO_SET_VALUE', default=10)

If you specify True in raise_exception, if it does not exist in settings_custom, raise exception.

>>> custom.get('NO_SET_VALUE', use_environ=True, raise_exception=True)
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "/envs/3.5/lib/python3.5/site-packages/custom_settings/", line 40, in get
    raise exc.NoCustomSettingError('Not been set: {}'.format(name))
custom_settings.exc.NoCustomSettingError: Not been set: NO_SET_VALUE
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