lbates at swamisoft.com
Fri Jun 11 16:29:52 CEST 2004
I would use ConfigParser from the standard library.
It supports sections, built in conversions, default
values, variable insertion, and writing of the
file (as well as reading).
"Neil Benn" <benn at cenix-bioscience.com> wrote in message
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> One way that I have done this is to make a file with :
> Then open the file and use the following list comprehension to get
> back a dict with the properties in it :
> objFile = file('MyConfigurationFile.conf')
> dctConfiguration = dict([(key.strip(), value.strip()) \
> for (key,value) in [line.split('=') \
> for line in objFile]])
> It's not as simple as Properties in Java but you could wrap it in a
> class to copy the Java Properties class. You could also add some
> intellegence to it so that it doesn't bomb out if the properties file is
> slightly wrong.
> Mariano wrote:
> >Have someone any idea how create/read a property file as java property
> >If not, is there some other solutions?
> >Thank's in advance
> Neil Benn
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