An autohooks plugin for python code formatting via black
Install using pip
You can install the latest stable release of autohooks-plugin-black from the Python Package Index using pip:
pip install autohooks-plugin-black
pip refers to the Python 3 package manager. In a environment where
Python 2 is also available the correct command may be
Install using poetry
It is highly encouraged to use poetry for maintaining your project's dependencies. Normally autohooks-plugin-black is installed as a development dependency.
poetry add --dev autohooks-plugin-black
To activate the black autohooks plugin please add the following setting to your pyproject.toml file.
[tool.autohooks] pre-commit = ["autohooks.plugins.black"]
By default, autohooks plugin black checks all files with a .py ending. If only files in a sub-directory or files with different endings should be formatted, just add the following setting:
[tool.autohooks] pre-commit = ["autohooks.plugins.black"] [tool.autohooks.plugins.black] include = ['foo/*.py', '*.foo']
Also by default, autohooks plugin black executes black with the
If e.g. the generated patch should be shown the following setting can be used:
[tool.autohooks] pre-commit = ["autohooks.plugins.black"] [tool.autohooks.plugins.black] arguments = ["-q", "--diff"]
This project is maintained by Greenbone Networks GmbH.
Copyright (C) 2019 Greenbone Networks GmbH
Licensed under the GNU General Public License v3.0 or later.
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