Pypi release

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# Dictionary Deserializer
Dictionary deserializer is a project built to convert dictionaries into
composite classes in an intuitive way. Special attention was also paid
to being friendly to static type-checkers and IDE autocompletes.
## Limitations
This library uses the `typing` module extensively. It does, however, only
support some of its types. This is a list of verified composite types:
* `Union` (Including `Optional`)
* `List`
* `Any`
It supports these types as terminal types:
* `int`
* `float`
* `str`
* `NoneType`
* `bool`
from collections import namedtuple
name = 'Dictionary deserializer'
version = '0.0.1'
description = "Dictionary deserializer is a package that aides in the " \
"deserializing of JSON (or other structures) that are " \
"converted to dicts, into composite classes."
author = namedtuple('Author', ['name', 'email'])(
name='Rolf van Kleef',
import setuptools
import dict_deserializer
with open("", "r") as fh:
long_description =
"Programming Language :: Python :: 3",
"License :: OSI Approved :: BSD License",
"Operating System :: OS Independent",
"Topic :: Utilities",
"Development Status :: 4 - Beta",
from time import sleep
from typing import Optional, List
from serializer_utils.deserializer import Deserializable, Rule
from serializer_utils.annotations import abstract, discriminate
from dict_deserializer.deserializer import Deserializable, Rule
from dict_deserializer.annotations import abstract, discriminate
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import sys
import traceback
from serializer_utils.deserializer import deserialize
from dict_deserializer.deserializer import deserialize
def print_result(function, *args, **kwargs):
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