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Conjure-Python Bintray License

CLI to generate Python classes from Conjure API definitions.

Overview

The generated clients provide a simple interface for executing statically typed remote procedure calls from Python 2 or 3.

Usage

The recommended way to use conjure-python is via a build tool like gradle-conjure. However, if you don't want to use gradle-conjure, there is also an executable which conforms to RFC 002.

Usage: conjure-python generate <input> <output> [...options]

    --packageName         package name that will appear in setup.py
    --packageVersion      version number that will appear in setup.py
    --packageDescription  description that will appear in setup.py
    --packageUrl          url that will appear in setup.py
    --packageAuthor       author that will appear in setup.py
    --writeCondaRecipe    use this boolean option to generate a `conda_recipe/meta.yaml`

Example generated objects

  • Conjure object: ManyFieldExample

    example = ManyFieldExample('alias', 1.0, 1, [], {}, [])
  • Conjure union: UnionTypeExample

    stringVariant = UnionTypeExample(string_example="foo")
  • Conjure enum: EnumExample

    one = EnumExample.ONE;
    print(one); // prints: 'ONE'
  • Conjure alias: StringAliasExample

    Python uses structural (duck-typing) so aliases are currently transparent.

Example Client interfaces

Example service interface: TestService

class TestService(Service):
    """
    A Markdown description of the service. "Might end with quotes"
    """

    def get_file_systems(self, auth_header):
        # type: (str) -> Dict[str, BackingFileSystem]
        """
        Returns a mapping from file system id to backing file system configuration.
        """

        _headers = {
            'Accept': 'application/json',
            'Authorization': auth_header,
        } # type: Dict[str, Any]

        _params = {
        } # type: Dict[str, Any]

        _path_params = {
        } # type: Dict[str, Any]

        _json = None # type: Any

        _path = '/catalog/fileSystems'
        _path = _path.format(**_path_params)

        _response = self._request( # type: ignore
            'GET',
            self._uri + _path,
            params=_params,
            headers=_headers,
            json=_json)

        _decoder = ConjureDecoder()
        return _decoder.decode(_response.json(), DictType(str, BackingFileSystem))

Constructing clients

Use conjure-python-client which leverages requests:

from conjure_python_client import RequestsClient, ServiceConfiguration

config = ServiceConfiguration()
config.uris = ["https://foo.com/api"]
service = RequestsClient.create(TestService,
    user_agent="something/1.2.3",
    service_config=config)

service.do_something(auth_header, param)

mypy typings

Generated code has mypy comments for optional static typing.

 class TestService(Service):
     '''A Markdown description of the service.'''

     def get_file_systems(self, authHeader):
+        # type: (str) -> Dict[str, BackingFileSystem]

Contributing

See the CONTRIBUTING.md document.

License

This project is made available under the Apache 2.0 License.