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auto-argcomplete 0.9.7

Auto argument completion for script with argparse.

auto-argcomplete is automatic shell completion generator for script which uses argparse.

The behavior is like:

$ python example/simple_script.py <TAB>
$ python example/simple_script.py --
--dry-run   --help      --kick-off  --module

If you’re using zsh:

% python example/simple_script.py --
--dry-run   -- display what to do
--help      -- show this help message and exit
--module    -- specify module name
--kick-off

example/simple_script.py is:

import argparse

parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
parser.add_argument('-m', '--module', help='specify module name')
parser.add_argument('-n', '--dry-run', help='display what to do')
parser.add_argument('-k', '--kick-off')
parser.parse_args()

Nothing to import in the script! :smile:

auto-argcomplete can automatically understand the output of --help option, so automatically supports all script which use argparse.

Installation

$ pip install auto-argcomplete

Test

$ nosetests -v auto_argcomplete

License

Copyright (C) 2015 Kentaro Wada
Released under the MIT license
 
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