flufl.enum - A Python enumeration package

This package is called flufl.enum, a Python enumeration package.

The goals of flufl.enum are to produce simple, specific, concise semantics in an easy to read and write syntax. flufl.enum has just enough of the features needed to make enumerations useful, but without a lot of extra baggage to weigh them down. This work grew out of the Mailman 3.0 project and it is the enum package used there. This package was previously called munepy.

Note: This package is deprecated! Python 3.4 added an enum package to its `standard library`_ which is also available as a `third party package`_ on PyPI for older versions of Python. If you are using flufl.enum you should switch to the standard enum package.


flufl.enum requires Python 2.7 or newer, and is compatible with Python 3.


A simple guide to using the library is available within this package.

Project details

You can install it with pip:

% pip install flufl.enum

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 git@gitlab.com:warsaw/flufl.enum.git

You may contact the author via barry@python.org.