@public and @private – Document your module’s interface¶
This library provies two very simple decorators that document the publicness
of the names in your module. They keep your module’s
__all__ in sync so
you don’t have to.
Please note that while the package is called public and it
provides a top-level module named
public, the PyPI package is called
atpublic due to name conflicts.
public requires Python 3.7 or newer.
You can install it with pip:
% pip install atpublic
Do not install “public”; that is a different package!
You can grab the latest development copy of the code using git. The master repository is hosted on GitLab. If you have git installed, you can grab your own branch of the code like this:
$ git clone https://gitlab.com/warsaw/public.git
You can contact the author via email@example.com.
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Table of Contents and Index¶
- Using @public and @private
- API Reference
- @public change log