|5 days ago||about 1 month ago|
|MIT License||MIT License|
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Embracing Modern Python for Web Development
12 projects | dev.to | 8 Dec 2023
Ruff is not only much faster, but it is also very convenient to have an all-in-one solution that replaces multiple other widely used tools: Flake8 (linter), isort (imports sorting), Black (code formatter), autoflake, many Flake8 plugins and more. And it has drop-in parity with these tools, so it is really straightforward to migrate from them to Ruff.
Releasing my Python Project
4 projects | dev.to | 26 Nov 2023
1. LICENSE: This file contains information about the rights and permissions granted to users regarding the use, modification, distribution, and sharing of the software. I already had an MIT License in my project. 2. pyproject.toml: It is a configuration file typically used for specifying build requirements and backend build systems for Python projects. I was already using this file for Black code formatter configuration. 3. README.md: Used as a documentation file for your project, typically includes project overview, installation instructions and optionally, contribution instructions. 4. example_package_YOUR_USERNAME_HERE: One big change I had to face was restructuring my project, essentially packaging all files in this directory. The name of this directory should be what you want to name your package and shoud not conflict with any of the existing packages. Of course, since its a Python Package, it needs to have an __init__.py. 5. tests/: This is where you put all your unit and integration tests, I think its optional as not all projects will have tests. The rest of the project remains as is.
Lute v3 - installed software for learning foreign languages through reading
2 projects | /r/flask | 15 Nov 2023
using pylint and black ("the uncompromising code formatter")
Testing Python Code Using UnitTest
3 projects | dev.to | 9 Nov 2023
It was with this test that I made that I was able to test my parse_md function, previously called check_md_and_write, and locate a bug that I uncovered a last week. I noticed this bug when I was using the linter, Ruff, and formatter, Black, I set up for my project. If you're interested in reading about the linter and formatter I chose and the setup process you can read last week's blog. Essentially the problem was that I could not parse any Markdown in my program. I wasn't sure what the problem was, but I think it had something to do with when I refactored my code and tried to clean things up. Luckily, I still has the branches where I worked on improved the function to parse markdown and the refactoring branch. To make note of it, I made an issue for myself and specified which branches to take a look at.
FastAPI Production Setup Guide 🏁⚡️🚀
6 projects | dev.to | 18 Oct 2023
Whenever I start a new project I like to maintain quality standards and using automated quality tools makes it easy. Lets go ahead and install mypy for static type checking, black for formatting, and ruff for linting. Add these to the dev dependencies.
Django Code Formatting and Linting Made Easy: A Step-by-Step Pre-commit Hook Tutorial
7 projects | dev.to | 4 Oct 2023
Black is a Python code formatter that automatically formats Python code to comply with its style guide called PEP 8. PEP 8 is the official style guide for Python code, and it provides recommendations on how to format code for better readability and consistency.
Packaging Python projects in 2023 from scratch
2 projects | /r/Python | 6 Sep 2023
Uses a uniform line width of 100 for both black (my preferred auto-formatter) and flake8.
Automate Python Linting and Code Style Enforcement with Ruff and GitHub Actions
9 projects | dev.to | 22 Jul 2023
Setting Up Pre-Commit Hooks in GitHub: Ensuring Code Quality and Consistency
4 projects | dev.to | 11 Jul 2023
repos: - repo: https://github.com/psf/black rev: hooks: - id: black
Conversion from the f-string literals to format method in python
4 projects | /r/learnpython | 10 Jul 2023
In addition, you should use black or shed (uses black and other tools)
Writing the Most Beautiful Code with Python
2 projects | /r/learnpython | 14 Oct 2022
do you guys consider this code readable ?
2 projects | /r/learnpython | 11 Oct 2022
Generally yes, but I'd add a couple of blank lines to separate the code into "visual blocks". Two blank lines each before and after the function block of cease. One blank line each before if direction == "encode": and elif direction == "decode":. Tools like autopep8 or black can help you automate some of that.2 projects | /r/learnpython | 11 Oct 2022
Why are python coding standards such a mess, what is everything and where do I start?
6 projects | /r/learnpython | 21 Jul 2022
API pull into pandas with formatting.
2 projects | /r/Python | 15 Jun 2022
Your code isn't PEP-8 compliant. Use black or autopep8 on your code to auto-format your code, or at least use pylint to check for issues, before asking anyone else to read your code.
autopep8 or styler equivalent in Julia
2 projects | /r/Julia | 1 May 2022
Is there a tool that automatically styles Julia code according to some style guide similar to autopep8 in Python (https://pypi.org/project/autopep8/) or styler in R (https://www.tidyverse.org/blog/2017/12/styler-1.0.0/)?
J’ai créé un générateur de mdp pour ceux que ça intéresse !
2 projects | /r/programmation | 28 Mar 2022
Should I feel embarassed when I share my code with someone with better practise or my potential employer?
2 projects | /r/learnpython | 12 Feb 2022
Format and lint code, try that tools or that. Or check your IDE extensions.
Am I crazy?
6 projects | /r/learnprogramming | 11 Feb 2022
Code Quality Tools in Python
9 projects | dev.to | 9 Oct 2021
autopep8 is an unofficial, yet popular, tool that automatically formates Python code to conform to PEP 8. It uses pycodestyle, Python’s official PEP-8 violation checker tool, to determine what parts of the code need to be formatted.
What are some alternatives?
prettier - Prettier is an opinionated code formatter.
yapf - A formatter for Python files
Flake8 - flake8 is a python tool that glues together pycodestyle, pyflakes, mccabe, and third-party plugins to check the style and quality of some python code.
Pylint - It's not just a linter that annoys you!
ruff - An extremely fast Python linter and code formatter, written in Rust.
isort - A Python utility / library to sort imports.
autoflake - Removes unused imports and unused variables as reported by pyflakes
black - The uncompromising Python code formatter [Moved to: https://github.com/psf/black]
pycodestyle - Simple Python style checker in one Python file