Do some doc string validateion
Validates my extremely specific opinions of what python function docstrings should look like.
I recommend using this with pydocstyle, which velidates pep257. This is more strict and more opinionated than that.
pip install validatedoc
validatedoc file1.py dir/file2.py file2.py
Example of how it expects docs to be formated:
def foo(bar, baz, qux) -> zam: """Do foo thing to bar baz and qux and produce zam. :param bar: a thing :param baz: another thing :param qux: more :raises FooError: when foo goes wrong :raises ValueError: if a value is wrong :return: the value of Zam """ ...
Specifically, it ensures that:
- There is an empty newline between the description and parameters list
- Parameters are in the format
:param name: description
- Exception docstrings are in the format
:raises exception: description
- Return docstrings look like
:return: description, and come after all raises and param doc strings
- There are no empty newlines in the param/raises/return list
- Lines in the param/raises/return list either start an item or have a four space indent (to continue the previous line)
- The params match exactly the arguments
- Return docstrings are last
- If the function is annotated to return None, no return should be present
- If the function specifies a return other than none, return is present
In the future, I also want to:
- <input type="checkbox" disabled="" /> Verify that any exceptions raised in the function have a raises docstring
- <input type="checkbox" disabled="" /> Better support *args and **kwargs (right now they're considered normal args that require a single param each if they're in the function definition)
- <input type="checkbox" disabled="" /> Validate docstrings on things other than functions
- <input type="checkbox" disabled="" /> Validate the short and long descriptions in some way
- <input type="checkbox" disabled="" /> Something with types
- <input type="checkbox" disabled="" /> Require param/raises/return lines to start with a lowercase or an uppercase (and decide which to use)
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