This module provides everything we consider as Standardization before giving back any resource type.
Just another Python API for Travis CI (API).
A module which provides the standardizer class. It’s basically a way to unify everything before parsing them to their end-location or objects.
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Standardization(data: Optional[Any] = None)¶
The standardizer. It format the response from the Travis CI API into something useful (for later usage and distribution).
get_data() → Any¶
Provides the currently set data.
get_standardized() → dict¶
Provides the standardized version.
A decorator which actually do the standardization.
set_data(value: Any) → None¶
Overwrites the data to work with.
standardize_at_tagged(data: dict) → dict¶
@tagsto something universal and reusable.
standardize_datetime(data: dict) → dict¶
Provides a way to unify/convert the dates to something more Python friendly.