How to use bpython - 10 common examples

To help you get started, we’ve selected a few bpython examples, based on popular ways it is used in public projects.

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github bpython / bpython / bpython / curtsiesfrontend / View on Github external
def matches_lines(rows, columns, matches, current, config, match_format):
    highlight_color = func_for_letter(config.color_scheme["operator"].lower())

    if not matches:
        return []
    color = func_for_letter(config.color_scheme["main"])
    max_match_width = max(len(m) for m in matches)
    words_wide = max(1, (columns - 1) // (max_match_width + 1))
    matches = [match_format(m) for m in matches]
    if current:
        current = match_format(current)

    matches = paginate(rows, matches, current, words_wide)

    result = [
        fmtstr(" ").join(
            if m != current
            else highlight_color(m.ljust(max_match_width))
            for m in matches[i : i + words_wide]
        for i in range(0, len(matches), words_wide)
github bpython / bpython / bpython / curtsiesfrontend / View on Github external
def matches_lines(rows, columns, matches, current, config, format):
    highlight_color = func_for_letter(config.color_scheme['operator'].lower())

    if not matches:
        return []
    color = func_for_letter(config.color_scheme['main'])
    max_match_width = max(len(m) for m in matches)
    words_wide = max(1, (columns - 1) // (max_match_width + 1))
    matches = [format(m) for m in matches]
    if current:
        current = format(current)

    matches = paginate(rows, matches, current, words_wide)

    matches_lines = [fmtstr(' ').join(color(m.ljust(max_match_width))
                                      if m != current
                                      else highlight_color(
                                      for m in matches[i:i + words_wide])
                     for i in range(0, len(matches), words_wide)]

    logger.debug('match: %r' % current)
github ivanov / bipython / bipython / View on Github external

    import argparse
    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(
            description='the boldly indiscriminate Python interpreter')
    parser.add_argument( '-v','--version', action='version',
            version='%(prog)s ' + version)

    # ok, it's not nice, i'm hiding all of these params, but LTS.
    # TODO: maybe support displays other than raw_display?
    config, options, exec_args = bpargs.parse(args, (
            'Urwid options', None, [
                Option('--twisted', '-T', action='store_true',
                       help=_('Run twisted reactor.')),
                Option('--reactor', '-r',
                       help=_('Select specific reactor (see --help-reactors). '
                       'Implies --twisted.')),
                Option('--help-reactors', action='store_true',
                       help=_('List available reactors for -r.')),
                Option('--plugin', '-p',
                       help=_('twistd plugin to run (use twistd for a list). '
                       'Use "--" to pass further options to the plugin.')),
                Option('--server', '-s', type='int',
                       help=_('Port to run an eval server on (forces Twisted).')),

    if options.help_reactors:
            from twisted.application import reactors
            # Stolen from (twistd).
github bpython / bpython / bpython / curtsiesfrontend / View on Github external
if text == for_editor:
                _("Session not reevaluated because it was not edited")
        lines = text.split("\n")
        if not lines[-1].strip():
            lines.pop()  # strip last line if empty
        if lines[-1].startswith("### "):
            current_line = lines[-1][4:]
            current_line = ""
        from_editor = [line for line in lines if line[:3] != "###"]
        if all(not line.strip() for line in from_editor):
                _("Session not reevaluated because saved file was blank")

        source = preprocess("\n".join(from_editor), self.interp.compile)
        lines = source.split("\n")
        self.history = lines
        self.current_line = current_line
        self.cursor_offset = len(self.current_line)
        self.status_bar.message(_("Session edited and reevaluated"))
github Kegbot / kegbot-server / pykeg / src / pykeg / external / django_extensions / management / commands / View on Github external
for model in app_models:
                    imported_objects[model.__name__] = getattr(__import__(app_mod.__name__, {}, {}, model.__name__), model.__name__)
                except AttributeError, e:
                    print"Failed to import '%s' from '%s' reason: %s" % (model.__name__, app_mod.__name__.split('.')[-2], str(e)))
            if use_plain:
                # Don't bother loading B/IPython, because the user wants plain Python.
                raise ImportError
                if use_ipython:
                    # User wants IPython
                    raise ImportError
                from bpython import embed
            except ImportError:
                # Explicitly pass an empty list as arguments, because otherwise IPython
                # would use sys.argv from this script.
                    from IPython.core.iplib import InteractiveShell
                    shell = InteractiveShell(user_ns=imported_objects)
                except ImportError:
                    import IPython
                    shell = IPython.Shell.IPShell(argv=[], user_ns=imported_objects)
        except ImportError:
            # Using normal Python shell
            import code
            try: # Try activating rlcompleter, because it's handy.
                import readline
            except ImportError:
github bpython / bpython / bpython / View on Github external
def open_in_external_editor(self, filename):
        encoding = getpreferredencoding()
        editor_args = shlex.split(
            prepare_for_exec(self.config.editor, encoding)
        args = editor_args + [prepare_for_exec(filename, encoding)]
        return == 0
github bpython / bpython / bpython / View on Github external
# current prompt run will end up appended to the edit widget
        # sitting above this prompt:
        self.current_output = None
        # XXX is this the right place?
        # XXX what is s_hist?

        # We need the caption to use unicode as urwid normalizes later
        # input to be the same type, using ascii as encoding. If the
        # caption is bytes this breaks typing non-ascii into bpython.
        if not more:
            caption = ("prompt", self.ps1)
            if py3:
                self.stdout_hist += self.ps1
                self.stdout_hist += self.ps1.encode(getpreferredencoding())
            caption = ("prompt_more", self.ps2)
            if py3:
                self.stdout_hist += self.ps2
                self.stdout_hist += self.ps2.encode(getpreferredencoding())
        self.edit = BPythonEdit(self.config, caption=caption)

        urwid.connect_signal(self.edit, "change", self.on_input_change)
            self.edit, "edit-pos-changed", self.on_edit_pos_changed
        # Do this after connecting the change signal handler:
        self.edit.insert_text(4 * self.next_indentation() * " ")
github bpython / bpython / bpython / View on Github external
def write(self, s):
        """For overriding stdout defaults"""
        if "\x04" in s:
            for block in s.split("\x04"):
        if s.rstrip() and "\x03" in s:
            t = s.split("\x03")[1]
            t = s

        if not py3 and isinstance(t, unicode):
            t = t.encode(getpreferredencoding())

        if not self.stdout_hist:
            self.stdout_hist = t
            self.stdout_hist += t

github bpython / bpython / bpython / curtsiesfrontend / View on Github external
def formatted_docstring(docstring, columns, config):
    if isinstance(docstring, bytes):
        docstring = docstring.decode('utf8')
    elif isinstance(docstring, str if py3 else unicode):
        # TODO: fail properly here and catch possible exceptions in callers.
        return []
    color = func_for_letter(config.color_scheme['comment'])
    return sum(([color(x) for x in (display_linize(line, columns) if line else
                for line in docstring.split('\n')), [])
github bpython / bpython / bpython / View on Github external
    # TODO allow for as's
    tokens = line.split()
    if not ("from" in tokens or "import" in tokens):
        return None
    matches = current_from_import_from_re.finditer(line)
    for m in matches:
        if (m.start(1) < cursor_offset and m.end(1) >= cursor_offset) or (
            m.start(2) < cursor_offset and m.end(2) >= cursor_offset
            return LinePart(m.start(1), m.end(1),
    return None

current_from_import_import_re_1 = LazyReCompile(r"from\s([\w0-9_.]*)\s+import")
current_from_import_import_re_2 = LazyReCompile(r"([\w0-9_]+)")
current_from_import_import_re_3 = LazyReCompile(r"[,][ ]([\w0-9_]*)")

def current_from_import_import(cursor_offset, line):
    """If in from import completion, the word after import being completed

    returns None if cursor not in or just after one of these words
    baseline =
    if baseline is None:
        return None
    match1 =[baseline.end() :])
    if match1 is None:
        return None
    matches = current_from_import_import_re_3.finditer(line[baseline.end() :])
    for m in chain((match1,), matches):