simplify usage of python decorators by programmers
Python 2.4 decorators have significantly changed the way Python programs are
* decorators help reduce boilerplate code;
* decorators help the separation of concerns;
* decorators enhance readability and maintainability;
* decorators are very explicit.
Still, as of now, writing custom decorators correctly requires some
experience and is not as easy as it could be. For instance, typical
implementations of decorators involve nested functions and we all know that
flat is better than nested.
The aim of the decorator module it to simplify the usage of decorators for
the average programmer and to popularize decorators usage giving examples of
useful decorators, such as memoize, tracing, redirecting_stdout, locked, etc.
The decorator module requires Python 2.4.
Unzip the archive in a directory called "decorator" in your Python path.
For instance, on Unices you could give something like that:
$ unzip decorator.zip -d decorator
Just go in the package directory and give
$ python doctester.py documentation.txt
python-decorator (2.2.0-2~bpo40+1) etch-backports; urgency=low
* Rebuild for etch-backports.
* Use Etch's python-support v0.5.6
+ rename Egg dirname in debian/rules
-- Piotr Ożarowski <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sun, 30 Mar 2008 20:09:25 +0200
python-decorator (2.2.0-2) unstable; urgency=low
- Fixed a type in the description (Thanks to Reube
2.2.0. Added a note on 'inspect.getsource' not working for decorated
functions; referenced PEP 326; highlighted the snippets in the
documentation with pygments; slightly simplified the code (31/07/2007)
2.1.0. Replaced the utility 'update_wrapper' with 'new_wrapper' and
updated the documentation accordingly; fixed and improved the
doctester argument parsin
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Fri, 13 Apr 2007 13:10:43
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