0.4.0 (2022-09-21)#

Features and Improvements

0.3.1 (2022-06-17)#


  • Update the implementations for DotWiz and DotWizPlus so that we handle an edge case where we are presented with keys names that shadow builtin dict methods, such as items or values.

Features and Improvements

  • Update DotWizPlus to treat key names such as items, get, or to_dict as a reserved keyword for all intents and purposes, and add a trailing _ when storing the key name; this fixes attribute access (ex. like items_) and also resolves IDE warnings, which correctly state for ex. that builtin method items doesn’t have an attribute named x.

0.3.0 (2022-06-08)#

Breaking Changes

  • Update the project classifier from Production to Beta, because the API is not yet stable, and future minor releases might introduce other breaking changes.

  • dotwiz has officially dropped support for Python 3.6. This is due to a number of reasons, such as 3.6 reaching EOL some months back, and also libraries such as pyheck which only support Python 3.7+.

  • Update the __repr__ for DotWiz to display a star character (✫) in place of the class name, just so it’s a little easier to read.

Features and Improvements

  • Add new DotWizPlus class and implementation, which can be useful for special-cased keys like myTestKey and hello, world!. This implementation mutates such keys to valid snake case identifier names, so the above key names would become my_test_key and hello_world.

  • Add new dependency on pyheck.

  • Refactor to pull out common or shared code into a common module.

  • Update the docs and add a section on DotWizPlus.

  • Update theme for the docs, from alabaster to furo.

  • Update tests to maintain 100% code coverage.

0.2.0 (2022-06-05)#

Breaking Changes

  • Removed DotWiz methods from_dict and from_kwargs, as these are now superseded by the DotWiz constructor method.

  • Update the signature of make_dot_wiz to make_dot_wiz(*args, **kwargs)

Features and Improvements

  • It’s now easier to create a DotWiz object from a dict or from keyword arguments. The __init__ constructor method can now directly be used instead.

  • Add major performance improvements, so DotWiz is now faster than ever.

  • Add a to_dict method to enable a DotWiz instance to be recursively converted back to a dict.

  • Refactor code to remove unnecessary stuff.

  • Add GitHub badges and CI integration for codecov.

  • Updated docs.

0.1.0 (2022-06-03)#

  • First release on PyPI.