Find divisions in Python code
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What is it?
shldn is a console-application that finds all the division operations in Python source code to facilitate transitioning Python 2 code to Python 3. It uses Python's AST module to process and parse the code. It, then traverses the abstract syntax tree to find all the division operations, and prints them in a normal or more readable format to the console.
Python 2 won't be supported past 2020
Division in Python 3 always returns a
float; whereas division in Python 2 can return an
Critical for large Python 2 code bases that perform division operations
- Python 3
Method 1: Install from Pypi Method
pip3 install shldn
Or, if you use pipenv,
pipenv install shldn
Method 2: Clone repository
Move to the desired directory to install shldn
git clone https://github.com/NablaZeroLabs/shldn.git
Method 1 (Installed from Pypi):
In environment installed:
- Check if installed
shldn [-h] [-hr] [-r] path
Method 2 (Cloned repo):
python3 leonard.py [-h] [-hr] [-r] path
positional arguments: path path to python source file(s) optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -hr, --human_readable set for friendlier output -r, --recursive recursively check python files in path
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.txt file for details.
- Porting Python 2 Code to Python 3 by Brett Cannon
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