Source code for wolframclient.cli.commands.refactor

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals

import sys

from wolframclient.cli.utils import SimpleCommand
from wolframclient.utils.importutils import module_path, safe_import_string_and_call

[docs]class Command(SimpleCommand): modules = ["wolframclient"] dependencies = (("isort", "4.3.20"), ("autoflake", "1.3"), ("black", "19.3b0")) def _module_args(self, *args): yield __file__ # autopep main is dropping the first argument for module in self.modules: yield module_path(module) for arg in args: yield arg
[docs] def run(self, path, *args): originals = sys.argv sys.argv = list(self._module_args(*args)) safe_import_string_and_call(path) sys.argv = originals
[docs] def handle(self, **opts): # autoflake is not removing imports if they are in a list # to fix this we first refactor the code using imports in single line "isort.main.main", "-rc", "-sl", "-a", "from __future__ import absolute_import, print_function, unicode_literals", ) # then we remove all missing imports and we expand star imports "autoflake.main", "--in-place", "--remove-duplicate-keys", "--expand-star-import", "--remove-all-unused-imports", "--recursive", ) # then we use refactor imports again using pretty newline style"isort.main.main", "-rc", "--multi-line", "5") # after that we finally run black to refactor all code"black.main", "--line-length", "95", "--target-version", "py34")