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Argdirective is a python module to detect the first command line argument as subcommand.

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The argdirective project

Argdirective is a simple module which takes the first argument passed to your python script as subcommand and tries to find a directive module based on the basename of the script.

Example: subcommand --arg1 --arg2

Consider the following module:

│   ...
│   │   mount

as well as the following executable script /bin/configmount


import argdirective

if __name__ == "__main__":

If you run configmount mount --root /etc /mnt/configmount in your terminal argdirective will lookup the configmount package and redirect the arguments to the module mount. See the configmount project for more details.

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