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sfood - detect import statements using the AST parser
sfood [options] files ...
This script outputs a comma-separated list of tuples: ((from_root, from_filename), (to_root, to_filename)) The roots are the root directories where the modules lie. You can use sfood-graph or some other tool to filter, cluster and generate a meaningful graph from this list of dependencies. As a special case, if the 'to' tuple is (None, None), this means to at least include the 'from' tuple as a node. This may happen if the file has no dependencies on anything. 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 -i, --internal, --internal-only Filter out dependencies that are outside of the roots of the input files. If internal is used twice, we filter down further the dependencies to the # set of files that were processed only, not just to the files that live in the same roots. -I IGNORES, --ignore=IGNORES Add the given directory name to the list to be ignored. -v, --verbose Output more debugging information -f, -r, --follow, --recursive Follow the modules depended upon and trace their dependencies. WARNING: This can be slow. Use --internal to limit the scope. --print-roots Only print the package roots corresponding to the input files.This is mostly used for testing and troubleshooting. -d, --disable-pragmas Disable processing of pragma directives as strings after imports. -u, --ignore-unused Automatically ignore unused imports. (See sfood-checker(1))
sfood-checker(1), sfood-cluster(1), sfood-copy(1), sfood-flatten(1), sfood-graph(1), sfood-imports(1).
sfood 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(1)