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Autoimport missing python libraries.

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Autoimport missing python libraries.

Throughout the development of a python program you continuously need to manage the python import statements either because you need one new object or because you no longer need it. This means that you need to stop writing whatever you were writing, go to the top of the file, create or remove the import statement and then resume coding.

This workflow break is annoying and almost always unnecessary. autoimport solves this problem if you execute it whenever you have an import error, for example by configuring your editor to run it when saving the file.


See documentation for more details.


pip install autoimport


For guidance on setting up a development environment, and how to make a contribution to autoimport, see Contributing to autoimport.



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