1 minute coopy tutorialΒΆ

coopy enforces you to implement code in the object-oriented way. Imagine a wiki system:

class WikiPage():
    def __init__(self, id, content):
        self.id = id
        self.content = content
        self.history = []
        self.last_modify = datetime.datetime.now()

class Wiki():
    def __init__(self):
        self.pages = {}
    def create_page(self, page_id, content):
        page = None
        if page_id in self.pages:
            page = self.pages[page_id]
        if not page:
            page = WikiPage(page_id, content)
            self.pages[page_id] = page
        return page

It’s very easy to implement a wiki system thinking only on it’s objects. Let’s move forward:

from coopy import init_system
wiki = init_system(Wiki(), "/path/to/somedir")
wiki.create_page('My First Page', 'My First Page Content')

That’s all you need to use coopy. If you stop your program and run again:

from coopy import init_system
wiki = init_system(Wiki(), "/path/to/somedir")
page = wiki.pages['My First Page']

If you want to know how coopy works, check out coopy basics

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