Provided by: snakefood_1.4-3_all
sfood-checker - check for superfluous import statements in Python source code
sfood-checker [options] files...
This script is used to detect forgotten imports that are not used anymore. When writing Python code (which happens so fast), it is often the case that we forget to remove useless imports. This is implemented using a search in the AST, and as such we do not require to import the module in order to run the checks. This is a major advantage over all the other lint/checker programs, and the main reason for taking the time to write it. As inputs, it can receive either files or directories; in case no argument is passed, it parses the current directory recursively.
-h, --help show the help message and exit --debug Debugging output. -I IGNORES, --ignore=IGNORES Add the given directory name to the list to be ignored. -d, --disable-pragmas Disable processing of pragma directives as strings after imports. -D, --duplicates, --enable-duplicates Enable experimental heuristic for finding duplicate imports. -M, --missing, --enable-missing Enable experimental heuristic for finding missing imports.
sfood(1), sfood-cluster(1), sfood-copy(1), sfood-flatten(1), sfood-graph(1), sfood- imports(1).
sfood-checker was written by Martin Blais <firstname.lastname@example.org> and it's part of snakefood suite. This manual page was written by Sandro Tosi <email@example.com>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). January 2, 2009 SFOOD-CHECKER(1)