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utility to inspect python source codes

Project Description

sourceparse

a personal adaptation of pyclbr from the standard python lib

let’s say we want to analyze a source file like this one:

>>> source = '''
... class MixinUser(Sub2, Mixin):
...     """Overrides method1 and method2
...     """
...
...     def method1(self, foo):
...         """ method1 of MixinUser
...         """
...         return
...
...     @manytimes
...     @decorated
...     def method2(self, foo, bar=None):
...         """ method2 of MixinUser
...         """
...         return
...
... # comment
...
... def my_function(foo):
...     """ Stand-alone function.
...     """
...     return
... '''

Of course we’ll start by importing the tool

>>> from sourceparse import CodeCollector
>>> from pprint import pprint

for the purpose of this documentation we’ll override the _readfile method:

>>> def override(foo): return [s+'\n' for s in source.split('\n')]
...
>>> original = CodeCollector._readfile
>>> CodeCollector._readfile=override

instanciation

let’s instantiate a parser, normally we would pass a path to the file to analyze:

>>> parser=CodeCollector("source")

Access to members

Classes

we can now access a list of the classes defined in the module:

>>> parser.classes
[Class MixinUser: from 2 to 19
]

Methods

each class:

>>> mix = parser.classes[0]

can list its methods:

>>> mix.methods
[Method method1: from 6 to 10
, Method method2: from 13 to 19
    decorated from 11 to 13]

each method:

>>> m2 = mix.methods[1]

has a name:

>>> m2.name
'method2'

a start line in the file:

>>> m2.from_line
13

an end line:

>>> m2.to_line
19

wa can access its docstring:

>>> m2.docstring
'method2 of MixinUser\n    '

decorators:

>>> m2.decorators
['    @manytimes\n', '    @decorated\n']

arguments, excluding self:

>>> m2.args
['foo']

and keyword arguments:

>>> m2.kwargs
{'bar': 'None'}

and its complete source, excluding decorators:

>>> pprint(m2.source)
['    def method2(self, foo, bar=None):\n',
 '        """ method2 of MixinUser\n',
 '        """\n',
 '        return\n',
 '\n',
 '# comment\n',
 '\n']

Note

The inline comment at the same level is included

Functions

the module functions provide the same features:

>>> parser.functions
[Function my_function: from 20 to 24
]
>>> my = parser.functions[0]
>>> my.decorators
[]
>>> my.docstring
'Stand-alone function.\n    '
>>> my.args
['foo']

>>> my.from_line
20
>>> my.to_line
24
>>> pprint(my.source)
['def my_function(foo):\n',
 '    """ Stand-alone function.\n',
 '    """\n',
 '    return\n',
 '\n']

let’s put the parser back to normal

>>> CodeCollector._readfile = original
Release History

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