A flake8 extension that checks for type annotations coverage
An extension for flake8 to report on files with a lot of code without type annotations.
This is mostly useful when you add type annotations to existing large codebase and want to know if new code in annotated modules is annotated.
Minimal annotations coverage percentage for each file can be configured via
--min-coverage-percents option, default is 75.
Function is treated as annotated if it has annotation for at least one argument or return type. This is enough for mypy to threat the function not as dynamically typed.
pip install flake8-annotations-coverage
# test.py def annotated_function(some_arg: int): pass def unannotated_function(): pass
$ flake8 test.py test.py:0:1: TAE001 too few type annotations
Tested on Python 3.6.5 and flake8 3.7.4.
|TAE001||Too few type annotations in file|
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