Source code for plumbum.cli.application

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function

import functools
import os
import sys
from collections import defaultdict
from textwrap import TextWrapper

from plumbum import colors, local
from plumbum.cli.i18n import get_translation_for
from plumbum.lib import getdoc, six

from .switches import (
from .terminal import get_terminal_size

_translation = get_translation_for(__name__)
T_, ngettext = _translation.gettext, _translation.ngettext

[docs]class ShowHelp(SwitchError): pass
[docs]class ShowHelpAll(SwitchError): pass
[docs]class ShowVersion(SwitchError): pass
class SwitchParseInfo(object): __slots__ = ["swname", "val", "index", "__weakref__"] def __init__(self, swname, val, index): self.swname = swname self.val = val self.index = index class Subcommand(object): def __init__(self, name, subapplication): = name self.subapplication = subapplication def get(self): if isinstance(self.subapplication, str): modname, clsname = self.subapplication.rsplit(".", 1) mod = __import__(modname, None, None, "*") try: cls = getattr(mod, clsname) except AttributeError: raise ImportError("cannot import name {}".format(clsname)) self.subapplication = cls return self.subapplication def __repr__(self): return T_("Subcommand({}, {self.subapplication})").format(self=self) _switch_groups = ["Switches", "Meta-switches"] _switch_groups_l10n = [T_("Switches"), T_("Meta-switches")] # =================================================================================================== # CLI Application base class # ===================================================================================================
[docs]class Application(object): """The base class for CLI applications; your "entry point" class should derive from it, define the relevant switch functions and attributes, and the ``main()`` function. The class defines two overridable "meta switches" for version (``-v``, ``--version``) help (``-h``, ``--help``), and help-all (``--help-all``). The signature of the main function matters: any positional arguments (e.g., non-switch arguments) given on the command line are passed to the ``main()`` function; if you wish to allow unlimited number of positional arguments, use varargs (``*args``). The names of the arguments will be shown in the help message. The classmethod ``run`` serves as the entry point of the class. It parses the command-line arguments, invokes switch functions and enters ``main``. You should **not override** this method. Usage:: class FileCopier(Application): stat = Flag("p", "copy stat info as well") def main(self, src, dst): if self.stat: shutil.copy2(src, dst) else: shutil.copy(src, dst) if __name__ == "__main__": There are several class-level attributes you may set: * ``PROGNAME`` - the name of the program; if ``None`` (the default), it is set to the name of the executable (``argv[0]``); can be in color. If only a color, will be applied to the name. * ``VERSION`` - the program's version (defaults to ``1.0``, can be in color) * ``DESCRIPTION`` - a short description of your program (shown in help). If not set, the class' ``__doc__`` will be used. Can be in color. * ``DESCRIPTION_MORE`` - a detailed description of your program (shown in help). The text will be printed by paragraphs (specified by empty lines between them). The indentation of each paragraph will be the indentation of its first line. List items are identified by their first non-whitespace character being one of '-', '*', and '/'; so that they are not combined with preceding paragraphs. Bullet '/' is "invisible", meaning that the bullet itself will not be printed to the output. * ``USAGE`` - the usage line (shown in help) * ``COLOR_USAGE`` - The color of the usage line * ``COLOR_GROUPS`` - A dictionary that sets colors for the groups, like Meta-switches, Switches, and Subcommands * ``SUBCOMMAND_HELPMSG`` - Controls the printing of extra "see subcommand -h" help message. Default is a message, set to False to remove. * ``ALLOW_ABBREV`` - Controls whether partial switch names are supported, for example '--ver' will match '--verbose'. Default is False for backward consistency with previous plumbum releases. Note that ambiguous abbreviations will not match, for example if --foothis and --foothat are defined, then --foo will not match. A note on sub-commands: when an application is the root, its ``parent`` attribute is set to ``None``. When it is used as a nested-command, ``parent`` will point to its direct ancestor. Likewise, when an application is invoked with a sub-command, its ``nested_command`` attribute will hold the chosen sub-application and its command-line arguments (a tuple); otherwise, it will be set to ``None`` """ PROGNAME = None DESCRIPTION = None DESCRIPTION_MORE = None VERSION = None USAGE = None COLOR_USAGE = None COLOR_GROUPS = None CALL_MAIN_IF_NESTED_COMMAND = True SUBCOMMAND_HELPMSG = T_("see '{parent} {sub} --help' for more info") ALLOW_ABBREV = False parent = None nested_command = None _unbound_switches = () def __new__(cls, executable=None): """Allows running the class directly as a shortcut for main. This is necessary for some setup scripts that want a single function, instead of an expression with a dot in it.""" if executable is None: return # This return value was not a class instance, so __init__ is never called else: return super(Application, cls).__new__(cls) def __init__(self, executable): # Filter colors if self.PROGNAME is None: self.PROGNAME = os.path.basename(executable) elif isinstance(self.PROGNAME, colors._style): self.PROGNAME = self.PROGNAME | os.path.basename(executable) elif colors.filter(self.PROGNAME) == "": self.PROGNAME = colors.extract(self.PROGNAME) | os.path.basename(executable) if self.DESCRIPTION is None: self.DESCRIPTION = getdoc(self) # Allow None for the colors self.COLOR_GROUPS = defaultdict( lambda: colors.do_nothing, dict() if type(self).COLOR_GROUPS is None else type(self).COLOR_GROUPS, ) if type(self).COLOR_USAGE is None: self.COLOR_USAGE = colors.do_nothing self.executable = executable self._switches_by_name = {} self._switches_by_func = {} self._switches_by_envar = {} self._subcommands = {} for cls in reversed(type(self).mro()): for obj in cls.__dict__.values(): if isinstance(obj, Subcommand): name = colors.filter( if name.startswith("-"): raise SubcommandError( T_("Sub-command names cannot start with '-'") ) # it's okay for child classes to override sub-commands set by their parents self._subcommands[name] = obj continue swinfo = getattr(obj, "_switch_info", None) if not swinfo: continue for name in swinfo.names: if name in self._unbound_switches: continue if ( name in self._switches_by_name and not self._switches_by_name[name].overridable ): raise SwitchError( T_( "Switch {name} already defined and is not overridable" ).format(name=name) ) self._switches_by_name[name] = swinfo self._switches_by_func[swinfo.func] = swinfo if swinfo.envname: self._switches_by_envar[swinfo.envname] = swinfo @property def root_app(self): return self.parent.root_app if self.parent else self
[docs] @classmethod def unbind_switches(cls, *switch_names): """Unbinds the given switch names from this application. For example :: class MyApp(cli.Application): pass MyApp.unbind_switches("--version") """ cls._unbound_switches += tuple( name.lstrip("-") for name in switch_names if name )
[docs] @classmethod def subcommand(cls, name, subapp=None): """Registers the given sub-application as a sub-command of this one. This method can be used both as a decorator and as a normal ``classmethod``:: @MyApp.subcommand("foo") class FooApp(cli.Application): pass Or :: MyApp.subcommand("foo", FooApp) .. versionadded:: 1.1 .. versionadded:: 1.3 The sub-command can also be a string, in which case it is treated as a fully-qualified class name and is imported on demand. For example, MyApp.subcommand("foo", "fully.qualified.package.FooApp") """ def wrapper(subapp): attrname = "_subcommand_{}".format( subapp if isinstance(subapp, str) else subapp.__name__ ) setattr(cls, attrname, Subcommand(name, subapp)) return subapp return wrapper(subapp) if subapp else wrapper
def _get_partial_matches(self, partialname): matches = [] for switch in self._switches_by_name: if switch.startswith(partialname): matches += [ switch, ] return matches def _parse_args(self, argv): tailargs = [] swfuncs = {} index = 0 while argv: index += 1 a = argv.pop(0) val = None if a == "--": # end of options, treat the rest as tailargs tailargs.extend(argv) break if a in self._subcommands: subcmd = self._subcommands[a].get() self.nested_command = ( subcmd, [self.PROGNAME + " " + self._subcommands[a].name] + argv, ) break elif a.startswith("--") and len(a) >= 3: # [--name], [--name=XXX], [--name, XXX], [--name, ==, XXX], # [--name=, XXX], [--name, =XXX] eqsign = a.find("=") if eqsign >= 0: name = a[2:eqsign] argv.insert(0, a[eqsign:]) else: name = a[2:] if self.ALLOW_ABBREV: partials = self._get_partial_matches(name) if len(partials) == 1: name = partials[0] elif len(partials) > 1: raise UnknownSwitch( T_("Ambiguous partial switch {0}").format("--" + name) ) swname = "--" + name if name not in self._switches_by_name: raise UnknownSwitch(T_("Unknown switch {0}").format(swname)) swinfo = self._switches_by_name[name] if swinfo.argtype: if not argv: raise MissingArgument( T_("Switch {0} requires an argument").format(swname) ) a = argv.pop(0) if a and a[0] == "=": if len(a) >= 2: val = a[1:] else: if not argv: raise MissingArgument( T_("Switch {0} requires an argument").format(swname) ) val = argv.pop(0) else: val = a elif a.startswith("-") and len(a) >= 2: # [-a], [-a, XXX], [-aXXX], [-abc] name = a[1] swname = "-" + name if name not in self._switches_by_name: raise UnknownSwitch(T_("Unknown switch {0}").format(swname)) swinfo = self._switches_by_name[name] if swinfo.argtype: if len(a) >= 3: val = a[2:] else: if not argv: raise MissingArgument( T_("Switch {0} requires an argument").format(swname) ) val = argv.pop(0) elif len(a) >= 3: argv.insert(0, "-" + a[2:]) else: if a.startswith("-"): raise UnknownSwitch(T_("Unknown switch {0}").format(a)) tailargs.append(a) continue # handle argument val = self._handle_argument(val, swinfo.argtype, name) if swinfo.func in swfuncs: if swinfo.list: swfuncs[swinfo.func].val[0].append(val) else: if swfuncs[swinfo.func].swname == swname: raise SwitchError(T_("Switch {0} already given").format(swname)) else: raise SwitchError( T_("Switch {0} already given ({1} is equivalent)").format( swfuncs[swinfo.func].swname, swname ) ) else: if swinfo.list: swfuncs[swinfo.func] = SwitchParseInfo(swname, ([val],), index) elif val is NotImplemented: swfuncs[swinfo.func] = SwitchParseInfo(swname, (), index) else: swfuncs[swinfo.func] = SwitchParseInfo(swname, (val,), index) # Extracting arguments from environment variables envindex = 0 for env, swinfo in self._switches_by_envar.items(): envindex -= 1 envval = local.env.get(env) if envval is None: continue if swinfo.func in swfuncs: continue # skip if overridden by command line arguments val = self._handle_argument(envval, swinfo.argtype, env) envname = "${}".format(env) if swinfo.list: # multiple values over environment variables are not supported, # this will require some sort of escaping and separator convention swfuncs[swinfo.func] = SwitchParseInfo(envname, ([val],), envindex) elif val is NotImplemented: swfuncs[swinfo.func] = SwitchParseInfo(envname, (), envindex) else: swfuncs[swinfo.func] = SwitchParseInfo(envname, (val,), envindex) return swfuncs, tailargs
[docs] @classmethod def autocomplete(cls, argv): """This is supplied to make subclassing and testing argument completion methods easier""" pass
@staticmethod def _handle_argument(val, argtype, name): if argtype: try: return argtype(val) except (TypeError, ValueError): ex = sys.exc_info()[1] # compat raise WrongArgumentType( T_( "Argument of {name} expected to be {argtype}, not {val!r}:\n {ex!r}" ).format(name=name, argtype=argtype, val=val, ex=ex) ) else: return NotImplemented def _validate_args(self, swfuncs, tailargs): if six.get_method_function( in swfuncs: raise ShowHelp() if six.get_method_function(self.helpall) in swfuncs: raise ShowHelpAll() if six.get_method_function(self.version) in swfuncs: raise ShowVersion() requirements = {} exclusions = {} for swinfo in self._switches_by_func.values(): if swinfo.mandatory and not swinfo.func in swfuncs: raise MissingMandatorySwitch( T_("Switch {0} is mandatory").format( "/".join( ("-" if len(n) == 1 else "--") + n for n in swinfo.names ) ) ) requirements[swinfo.func] = { self._switches_by_name[req] for req in swinfo.requires } exclusions[swinfo.func] = { self._switches_by_name[exc] for exc in swinfo.excludes } # TODO: compute topological order gotten = set(swfuncs.keys()) for func in gotten: missing = {f.func for f in requirements[func]} - gotten if missing: raise SwitchCombinationError( T_("Given {0}, the following are missing {1}").format( swfuncs[func].swname, [self._switches_by_func[f].names[0] for f in missing], ) ) invalid = {f.func for f in exclusions[func]} & gotten if invalid: raise SwitchCombinationError( T_("Given {0}, the following are invalid {1}").format( swfuncs[func].swname, [swfuncs[f].swname for f in invalid] ) ) m = six.getfullargspec(self.main) max_args = six.MAXSIZE if m.varargs else len(m.args) - 1 min_args = len(m.args) - 1 - (len(m.defaults) if m.defaults else 0) if len(tailargs) < min_args: raise PositionalArgumentsError( ngettext( "Expected at least {0} positional argument, got {1}", "Expected at least {0} positional arguments, got {1}", min_args, ).format(min_args, tailargs) ) elif len(tailargs) > max_args: raise PositionalArgumentsError( ngettext( "Expected at most {0} positional argument, got {1}", "Expected at most {0} positional arguments, got {1}", max_args, ).format(max_args, tailargs) ) # Positional arguement validataion if hasattr(self.main, "positional"): tailargs = self._positional_validate( tailargs, self.main.positional, self.main.positional_varargs, m.args[1:], m.varargs, ) elif hasattr(m, "annotations"): args_names = list(m.args[1:]) positional = [None] * len(args_names) varargs = None # All args are positional, so convert kargs to positional for item in m.annotations: if item == m.varargs: varargs = m.annotations[item] elif item != "return": positional[args_names.index(item)] = m.annotations[item] tailargs = self._positional_validate( tailargs, positional, varargs, m.args[1:], m.varargs ) ordered = [ (f, a) for _, f, a in sorted([(sf.index, f, sf.val) for f, sf in swfuncs.items()]) ] return ordered, tailargs def _positional_validate(self, args, validator_list, varargs, argnames, varargname): """Makes sure args follows the validation given input""" out_args = list(args) for i in range(min(len(args), len(validator_list))): if validator_list[i] is not None: out_args[i] = self._handle_argument( args[i], validator_list[i], argnames[i] ) if len(args) > len(validator_list): if varargs is not None: out_args[len(validator_list) :] = [ self._handle_argument(a, varargs, varargname) for a in args[len(validator_list) :] ] else: out_args[len(validator_list) :] = args[len(validator_list) :] return out_args
[docs] @classmethod def run(cls, argv=None, exit=True): # @ReservedAssignment """ Runs the application, taking the arguments from ``sys.argv`` by default if nothing is passed. If ``exit`` is ``True`` (the default), the function will exit with the appropriate return code; otherwise it will return a tuple of ``(inst, retcode)``, where ``inst`` is the application instance created internally by this function and ``retcode`` is the exit code of the application. .. note:: Setting ``exit`` to ``False`` is intendend for testing/debugging purposes only -- do not override it in other situations. """ if argv is None: argv = sys.argv cls.autocomplete(argv) argv = list(argv) inst = cls(argv.pop(0)) retcode = 0 try: swfuncs, tailargs = inst._parse_args(argv) ordered, tailargs = inst._validate_args(swfuncs, tailargs) except ShowHelp: except ShowHelpAll: inst.helpall() except ShowVersion: inst.version() except SwitchError: ex = sys.exc_info()[1] # compatibility with python 2.5 print(T_("Error: {0}").format(ex)) print(T_("------")) retcode = 2 else: for f, a in ordered: f(inst, *a) cleanup = None if not inst.nested_command or inst.CALL_MAIN_IF_NESTED_COMMAND: retcode = inst.main(*tailargs) cleanup = functools.partial(inst.cleanup, retcode) if not retcode and inst.nested_command: subapp, argv = inst.nested_command subapp.parent = inst inst, retcode =, exit=False) if cleanup: cleanup() if retcode is None: retcode = 0 if exit: sys.exit(retcode) else: return inst, retcode
[docs] @classmethod def invoke(cls, *args, **switches): """Invoke this application programmatically (as a function), in the same way ``run()`` would. There are two key differences: the return value of ``main()`` is not converted to an integer (returned as-is), and exceptions are not swallowed either. :param args: any positional arguments for ``main()`` :param switches: command-line switches are passed as keyword arguments, e.g., ``foo=5`` for ``--foo=5`` """ inst = cls("") swfuncs = inst._parse_kwd_args(switches) ordered, tailargs = inst._validate_args(swfuncs, args) for f, a in ordered: f(inst, *a) cleanup = None if not inst.nested_command or inst.CALL_MAIN_IF_NESTED_COMMAND: retcode = inst.main(*tailargs) cleanup = functools.partial(inst.cleanup, retcode) if not retcode and inst.nested_command: subapp, argv = inst.nested_command subapp.parent = inst inst, retcode =, exit=False) if cleanup: cleanup() return inst, retcode
def _parse_kwd_args(self, switches): """Parses keywords (positional arguments), used by invoke.""" swfuncs = {} for index, (swname, val) in enumerate(switches.items(), 1): switch = getattr(type(self), swname) swinfo = self._switches_by_func[switch._switch_info.func] if isinstance(switch, CountOf): p = (range(val),) elif swinfo.list and not hasattr(val, "__iter__"): raise SwitchError( T_("Switch {0} must be a sequence (iterable)").format(swname) ) elif not swinfo.argtype: # a flag if val not in (True, False, None, Flag): raise SwitchError(T_("Switch {0} is a boolean flag").format(swname)) p = () else: p = (val,) swfuncs[swinfo.func] = SwitchParseInfo(swname, p, index) return swfuncs
[docs] def main(self, *args): """Implement me (no need to call super)""" if self._subcommands: if args: print(T_("Unknown sub-command '{0}'").format(args[0])) print(T_("------")) return 1 if not self.nested_command: print(T_("No sub-command given")) print(T_("------")) return 1 else: print(T_("main() not implemented")) return 1
[docs] def cleanup(self, retcode): """Called after ``main()`` and all sub-applications have executed, to perform any necessary cleanup. :param retcode: the return code of ``main()`` """
[docs] @switch( ["--help-all"], overridable=True, group="Meta-switches", help=T_("""Prints help messages of all sub-commands and quits"""), ) def helpall(self): """Prints help messages of all sub-commands and quits""" print("") if self._subcommands: for name, subcls in sorted(self._subcommands.items()): subapp = (subcls.get())("{} {}".format(self.PROGNAME, name)) subapp.parent = self for si in subapp._switches_by_func.values(): if == "Meta-switches": = "Hidden-switches" subapp.helpall()
[docs] @switch( ["-h", "--help"], overridable=True, group="Meta-switches", help=T_("""Prints this help message and quits"""), ) def help(self): # @ReservedAssignment """Prints this help message and quits""" if self._get_prog_version(): self.version() print("") if self.DESCRIPTION: print(self.DESCRIPTION.strip() + "\n") def split_indentation(s): """Identifies the initial indentation (all spaces) of the string and returns the indentation as well as the remainder of the line. """ i = 0 while i < len(s) and s[i] == " ": i += 1 return s[:i], s[i:] def paragraphs(text): """Yields each paragraph of text along with its initial and subsequent indentations to be used by textwrap.TextWrapper. Identifies list items from their first non-space character being one of bullets '-', '*', and '/'. However, bullet '/' is invisible and is removed from the list item. :param text: The text to separate into paragraphs """ paragraph = None initial_indent = "" subsequent_indent = "" def current(): """Yields the current result if present.""" if paragraph: yield paragraph, initial_indent, subsequent_indent for part in text.lstrip("\n").split("\n"): indent, line = split_indentation(part) if len(line) == 0: # Starting a new paragraph for item in current(): yield item yield "", "", "" paragraph = None initial_indent = "" subsequent_indent = "" else: # Adding to current paragraph def is_list_item(line): """Returns true if the first element of 'line' is a bullet character.""" bullets = ["-", "*", "/"] return line[0] in bullets def has_invisible_bullet(line): """Returns true if the first element of 'line' is the invisible bullet ('/').""" return line[0] == "/" if is_list_item(line): # Done with current paragraph for item in current(): yield item if has_invisible_bullet(line): line = line[1:] paragraph = line initial_indent = indent # Calculate extra indentation for subsequent lines of this list item i = 1 while i < len(line) and line[i] == " ": i += 1 subsequent_indent = indent + " " * i else: if not paragraph: # Start a new paragraph paragraph = line initial_indent = indent subsequent_indent = indent else: # Add to current paragraph paragraph = paragraph + " " + line for item in current(): yield item def wrapped_paragraphs(text, width): """Yields each line of each paragraph of text after wrapping them on 'width' number of columns. :param text: The text to yield wrapped lines of :param width: The width of the wrapped output """ if not text: return width = max(width, 1) for paragraph, initial_indent, subsequent_indent in paragraphs(text): wrapper = TextWrapper( width, initial_indent=initial_indent, subsequent_indent=subsequent_indent, ) w = wrapper.wrap(paragraph) for line in w: yield line if len(w) == 0: yield "" cols, _ = get_terminal_size() for line in wrapped_paragraphs(self.DESCRIPTION_MORE, cols): print(line) m = six.getfullargspec(self.main) tailargs = m.args[1:] # skip self if m.defaults: for i, d in enumerate(reversed(m.defaults)): tailargs[-i - 1] = "[{}={}]".format(tailargs[-i - 1], d) if m.varargs: tailargs.append( "{}...".format( m.varargs, ) ) tailargs = " ".join(tailargs) with self.COLOR_USAGE: print(T_("Usage:")) if not self.USAGE: if self._subcommands: self.USAGE = T_( " {progname} [SWITCHES] [SUBCOMMAND [SWITCHES]] {tailargs}\n" ) else: self.USAGE = T_(" {progname} [SWITCHES] {tailargs}\n") print( self.USAGE.format( progname=colors.filter(self.PROGNAME), tailargs=tailargs ) ) by_groups = {} for si in self._switches_by_func.values(): if not in by_groups: by_groups[] = [] by_groups[].append(si) def switchs(by_groups, show_groups): for grp, swinfos in sorted(by_groups.items(), key=lambda item: item[0]): if show_groups: lgrp = T_(grp) if grp in _switch_groups else grp print(self.COLOR_GROUPS[grp] | lgrp + ":") for si in sorted(swinfos, key=lambda si: si.names): swnames = ", ".join( ("-" if len(n) == 1 else "--") + n for n in si.names if n in self._switches_by_name and self._switches_by_name[n] == si ) if si.argtype: if hasattr(si.argtype, "__name__"): typename = si.argtype.__name__ else: typename = str(si.argtype) argtype = " {}:{}".format(si.argname.upper(), typename) else: argtype = "" prefix = swnames + argtype yield si, prefix, self.COLOR_GROUPS[grp] if show_groups: print("") sw_width = ( max(len(prefix) for si, prefix, color in switchs(by_groups, False)) + 4 ) description_indent = " {0}{1}{2}" wrapper = TextWrapper(width=max(cols - min(sw_width, 60), 50) - 6) indentation = "\n" + " " * (cols - wrapper.width) for switch_info, prefix, color in switchs(by_groups, True): help = # @ReservedAssignment if switch_info.list: help += T_("; may be given multiple times") if switch_info.mandatory: help += T_("; required") if switch_info.requires: help += T_("; requires {0}").format( ", ".join( (("-" if len(switch) == 1 else "--") + switch) for switch in switch_info.requires ) ) if switch_info.excludes: help += T_("; excludes {0}").format( ", ".join( (("-" if len(switch) == 1 else "--") + switch) for switch in switch_info.excludes ) ) msg = indentation.join( wrapper.wrap(" ".join(l.strip() for l in help.splitlines())) ) if len(prefix) + wrapper.width >= cols: padding = indentation else: padding = " " * max(cols - wrapper.width - len(prefix) - 4, 1) print(description_indent.format(color | prefix, padding, color | msg)) if self._subcommands: gc = self.COLOR_GROUPS["Subcommands"] print(gc | T_("Sub-commands:")) for name, subcls in sorted(self._subcommands.items()): with gc: subapp = subcls.get() doc = subapp.DESCRIPTION if subapp.DESCRIPTION else getdoc(subapp) if self.SUBCOMMAND_HELPMSG: help = doc + "; " if doc else "" # @ReservedAssignment help += self.SUBCOMMAND_HELPMSG.format( parent=self.PROGNAME, sub=name ) else: help = doc if doc else "" # @ReservedAssignment msg = indentation.join( wrapper.wrap(" ".join(l.strip() for l in help.splitlines())) ) if len(name) + wrapper.width >= cols: padding = indentation else: padding = " " * max(cols - wrapper.width - len(name) - 4, 1) if colors.contains_colors( bodycolor = colors.extract( else: bodycolor = gc print( description_indent.format(, padding, bodycolor | colors.filter(msg) ) )
def _get_prog_version(self): ver = None curr = self while curr is not None: ver = getattr(curr, "VERSION", None) if ver is not None: return ver curr = curr.parent return ver
[docs] @switch( ["-v", "--version"], overridable=True, group="Meta-switches", help=T_("""Prints the program's version and quits"""), ) def version(self): """Prints the program's version and quits""" ver = self._get_prog_version() ver_name = ver if ver is not None else T_("(version not set)") print("{} {}".format(self.PROGNAME, ver_name))