This might be useful for us. Both numtraits and traitlets are pure python packages that would not be difficult to add as dependencies.
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We have released a small experimental package called numtraits that builds on top of the traitlets package and provides a NumericalTrait class that can be used to validate properties such as:
* number of dimension (for arrays) * shape (for arrays) * domain (e.g. positive, negative, range of values) * units (with support for astropy.units, pint, and quantities)
The idea is to be able to write a class like:
radius = NumericalTrait(domain='strictly-positive', ndim=0) position = NumericalTrait(shape=(3,))
and all the validation will then be done automatically when the user sets 'radius' or 'position'.
In addition, tuples and lists can get automatically converted to arrays, and default values can be specified. You can read more about the package and see examples of it in use here:
and it can be easily installed with
pip install numtraits
The package supports both Python 3.3+ and Legacy Python (2.7) :)
At this point, we would be very interested in feedback - the package is still very young and we can still change the API if needed. Please open issues with suggestions!
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