Easily add common paths to sys.path
SysPath is a package to easily set common paths into sys.path. Instead of having to do a lot of path manipulation to properly import files, a file can import from SysPath instead.
pip install syspath
To append the current file’s directory to sys.path:
import syspath syspath.append_current_path() # or from syspath import current_path
To append the current file’s parent directory to sys.path:
import syspath syspath.append_parent_path() # or from syspath import parent_path
To append the current file’s git repository root to sys.path:
import syspath syspath.append_git_root() # or from syspath import git_root
Each of the shortcut modules also provide a path variable that can be used to get the path added.
Syspath should work with both python 2 and 3.
pip install -r requirements-test.txt pip install -r requirements-test-python3.txt mypy syspath/syspath.py coverage run setup.py test coverage report flake8
pip install twine python setup.py sdist bdist_wheel twine upload dist/*
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