How to use the dacite.types.extract_origin_collection function in dacite

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github konradhalas / dacite / tests / View on Github external
def test_extract_generic_collection():
    assert extract_origin_collection(List[int]) == list
github konradhalas / dacite / dacite / View on Github external
def _build_value(type_: Type, data: Any, config: Config) -> Any:
    if is_union(type_):
        return _build_value_for_union(union=type_, data=data, config=config)
    elif is_generic_collection(type_) and is_instance(data, extract_origin_collection(type_)):
        return _build_value_for_collection(collection=type_, data=data, config=config)
    elif is_dataclass(type_) and is_instance(data, Data):
        return from_dict(data_class=type_, data=data, config=config)
    return data