All optional features are available as mixins for
Using this approach the client can remain light yet flexible.
Functionality can be added through inheritance depending on the use case.
Here is quick example of how to use one of the available mixins.
from steam import SteamClient from stema.client.mixins.somemixing import SomeMixing class CustomSteamClient(SteamClient, SomeMixing): pass client = CustomSteamClient()
Making custom mixing is just as simple.
Take care not to override existing methods or properties, otherwise bad things will happen
To avoid name collisions of non-public variables and methods, use Private Variables
class MyMixin(object): def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs): super(MyMixin, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs) self.my_property = 42 def my_method(self) print "Hello!" class MySteamClient(SteamClient, MyMixin): pass client = MySteamClient()
>>> client.my_property 42 >>> client.my_method() Hello!