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A simple utility tool to detect non-English comments in code

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.. image:: ./images/jules.png

*English, *****! Do you speak it?*

A simple tool to detect non-English commments in a code base (directory).

Inspired by the fictional character, `Jules Winnfield, played by Samuel L Jackson in the film, Pulp Fiction`__.

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.. code-block:: bash

# requires Python3
$ pip install pulpfiction


.. code-block:: bash

$ jules --help

Usage: jules [OPTIONS]

Simple tool to detect non-English commments in a code base..

--path TEXT path to project or repository
--help Show this message and exit.

.. code-block:: bash

# by default, it looks at the current directory or $PWD
# alternatively,
$ jules --path=~/personal/my-awesome-git-project

Script exits with `sys.exit(0)` if successful, else the earliest invalid comment is found and raised.

Known Issues

- Commented-out code will be considered non-English; false positive.

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