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Meta static analysis tool for Python packages

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shouldi

shouldi

What Is ShouldI?

shouldi is a tool that runs static analysis tools to let you know if there are any issues in any of the python packages you were thinking of installing.

shouldi is similar to things like Go Report Card.

shouldi is in its very early stages. Expect things to change.

Installation

$ python3 -m pip install -U shouldi

Usage

There are several different subcommands of shoudli

  • install
    • Analogous to pip install but runs checks to tell you if you should install
  • use
    • Point this command at any Git URL or directory and it will run appropriate static analysis tools for that language
  • project
    • Auto discover projects and depedencies of those projects within a directory

Install Command

Run bandit and safety. Tell the person who ran the command not to install the Python package if there were any issues found by either tool.

$ shouldi install insecure-package bandit
bandit is okay to install
Do not install insecure-package! {'safety_check_number_of_issues': 1}

Use Command

Given a Git URL or a directory, figure out what the language the codebase is and run the appropriate static analysis tools for that language.

Tools for each language are as follows.

You must have the following tools installed on the system

$ shouldi use https://github.com/trekhleb/javascript-algorithms
{'static_analysis': SAResultsSpec(critical=1, high=2941, medium=16, low=41049, report={'npm_audit_output': {'info': 0, 'low': 41049, 'moderate': 16, 'high': 2941, 'critical': 1}})}

Project Command

Given a directory, output a JSON describing the dependencies found within that directory.

At the moment it will auto discover Python dependencies listed in setup.py's install_requires section or within requirements.txt

Dependencies which cannot be automatically identified can be specified in YAML files.

dependencies:
  python:
    name: Python
    url: https://python.org
    license: Python License 2.0

Here's an example of running the project command on the shouldi codebase with the above deps.yaml adding in dependencies that couldn't be auto discovered.

$ shouldi project create -add deps.yaml -- .
{
    "dependencies": [
        {
            "extra": {
                "pypi": {
                    "euuid": "7bd67f47-9972-57fd-8da1-233783b35321",
                    "license": "Apache 2",
                    "name": "aiohttp",
                    "url": "https://pypi.org/pypi/aiohttp",
                    "uuid": null
                }
            },
            "license": "Apache 2",
            "name": "aiohttp",
            "url": "https://github.com/aio-libs/aiohttp",
            "uuid": "a6172a74-11ca-5624-bbf4-2e064084ee95"
        },
        {
            "extra": {
                "pypi": {
                    "euuid": "8ce644e4-20ef-5a24-85bb-0449fb8e2c94",
                    "license": "",
                    "name": "bandit",
                    "url": "https://pypi.org/pypi/bandit",
                    "uuid": null
                }
            },
            "license": null,
            "name": "bandit",
            "url": "https://bandit.readthedocs.io/en/latest/",
            "uuid": "1fa385fc-91ae-59c5-8d4c-220b9820f173"
        },
        {
            "extra": {
                "pypi": {
                    "euuid": "c09eaab1-7676-55b8-96fd-cb50f5dc125c",
                    "license": "MIT license",
                    "name": "safety",
                    "url": "https://pypi.org/pypi/safety",
                    "uuid": null
                }
            },
            "license": "MIT license",
            "name": "safety",
            "url": "https://github.com/pyupio/safety",
            "uuid": "f2cc3711-8652-584d-8d46-7e060398eff4"
        },
        {
            "extra": {
                "pypi": {
                    "euuid": "5143b2bf-be54-5688-8077-efbd038fbdc5",
                    "license": "MIT",
                    "name": "PyYAML",
                    "url": "https://pypi.org/pypi/PyYAML",
                    "uuid": null
                }
            },
            "license": "MIT",
            "name": "PyYAML",
            "url": "https://github.com/yaml/pyyaml",
            "uuid": "406495d7-1ba9-5a7e-bec9-f2a1119d3913"
        },
        {
            "extra": {},
            "license": "Python License 2.0",
            "name": "Python",
            "url": "https://python.org",
            "uuid": "807b7876-01ec-5fef-ad5a-4cc588b97719"
        },
    ]
}

License

shouldi is distributed under the MIT License.

What's This Really Called

The real name of this package is "DFFML Evaluator for PyPi Packages". shouldi is mearly the command line invokation, and we claim shouldi, the package name on PyPi, to avoid a supply chain attack.

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