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Generics

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A classy toolkit designed with OOP in mind.

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In our opinion, main benefits of having objects implemented in the language are encapsulation and polymorphous. Classes that could be easily used in a composition are tricky to write. The generics library aims to help you in writing code with high quality.

Pros

  • Real private attributes without loosing the readability
  • Leads to a better design forcing you to use encapsulation properly
  • Makes writing quality code with high cohesion and low coupling easier
  • Guides you to follow SOLID principles

Example

The generics library gives you an easy way to define private attributes on objects without loosing little nice things like readability.

>>> from generics import private

>>> @private
... class User:
...     def __init__(self, name):
...         self.name = name
...
...     def greet(self):
...         return f"Hello, {self.name}"

>>> user = User("Jeff")

>>> user.greet()
'Hello, Jeff'

>>> hasattr(user, "name")
False

Questions

If you have any questions, feel free to create an issue in our Task Tracker. We have the question label exactly for this purpose.

Enterprise support

If you have an issue with any version of the library, you can apply for a paid enterprise support contract. This will guarantee you that no breaking changes will happen to you. No matter how old version you're using at the moment. All necessary features and bug fixes will be backported in a way that serves your needs.

Please contact proofit404@gmail.com if you're interested in it.

License

generics library is offered under the two clause BSD license.

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The generics library is part of the SOLID python family.