Groups, sorts, and formats import statements.
Groups, lexicographically sorts and formats import statement into the three groups as defined by PEP8 (standard library, third-party packages, current package/application.)
Imports from the same package are collapsed into a single statement, and multiple identifiers from the same packages are grouped using parentheses and separated by a newline.
Usage: format-imports.py [options] Groups, sorts, and formats import statements. Options: -h, --help show this help message and exit -a APPLICATION, --application=APPLICATION -s STDLIB_FILES, --stdlib-file=STDLIB_FILES File(s) containing additional module names to add to the standard library set.
The script accepts input via stdin, and outputs the formatted code via stdout.
For the given bad.py:
import sys import foo import bar as other from baz import ( package, package3, ) from module import package3 as package4 from baz import package2, package1 import application from application.utils import memoize from application.models import User from application.models import Place import os
The output of format-imports.py -a application < bad.py will be:
import os import sys import bar as other import foo from baz import ( package, package1, package2, package3, ) from module import package3 as package4 import application from application.models import ( Place, User, ) from application.utils import memoize
Usage with Vim
Select a chunk of text in visual mode, then invoke the format-imports.py script against the chunk with:
:'<,'>!format-imports.py -a <application>
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