Boilerplate for Python scripting
Scripting is a boilerplate library for one-off Python scripts when you don’t have an IDE or the like to work with. It was primarily designed for Windows where scripts can be run via double-click, but it (probably) works just as well in a variety of situations.
Here’s an example what a script might look like pre-Scripting:
import traceback def do_something(): ... return 200 if __name__ == '__main__': # Run as script try: # Exceptions will close the terminal window print(do_something()) except Exception: traceback.print_exc() # Debug finally: input() # Keep the window open
If all you’re writing is a simple script and don’t want to deal with extensive error handling, chances are you’ll end up with something like the above. If you write such scripts often, however, the amount of boilerplate adds up and quickly becomes tedious to maintain.
import scripting @scripting.main def do_something(): ... return 200
Scripting takes care of exception handling, output formatting, and maintaining the terminal window for you so that you can focus on getting your script done in the shortest amount of time possible.
$ pip install python-scripting
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