I have different classes that represent records in a database
# my_records.py: class TableARecord: field1: str field2: str class TableBRecord: field1: str field2: str
I have another class that represents the entire DB. I want to give access to the record objects as well without importing them directly, and so I have this
# my_db.py: from my_records import TableARecord, TableBRecord class DB: TableARecord = TableARecord TableBRecord = TableBRecord def some_functionality(): ... ...
And so I can use this syntax:
a_record = DB.TableARecord()
And this works well.
My question is specifically about these lines:
TableARecord = TableARecord TableBRecord = TableBRecord
Is there a better or more pythonic way to "expose" these classes to the outside?