How to use the jsonargparse.ActionPath function in jsonargparse

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github omni-us / jsonargparse / View on Github external
def cleanup_actions(cfg, actions):
            for action in actions:
                if skip_none and action.dest in cfg and cfg[action.dest] is None:
                    del cfg[action.dest]
                elif isinstance(action, ActionPath):
                    if cfg[action.dest] is not None:
                        if isinstance(cfg[action.dest], list):
                            cfg[action.dest] = [p(absolute=False) for p in cfg[action.dest]]
                            cfg[action.dest] = cfg[action.dest](absolute=False)
                elif isinstance(action, ActionConfigFile):
                    del cfg[action.dest]
                elif isinstance(action, ActionParser):
                    cleanup_actions(cfg, action._parser._actions)
github omni-us / jsonargparse / View on Github external
def __call__(self, *args, **kwargs):
        """Parses an argument as a Path and if valid sets the parsed value to the corresponding key.

            TypeError: If the argument is not a valid Path.
        if len(args) == 0:
            if 'nargs' in kwargs and kwargs['nargs'] == 0:
                raise ValueError('Invalid nargs='+str(kwargs['nargs'])+' for ActionPath.')
            kwargs['_mode'] = self._mode
            kwargs['_skip_check'] = self._skip_check
            return ActionPath(**kwargs)
        if hasattr(self, 'nargs') and self.nargs == '?' and args[2] is None:
            setattr(args[1], self.dest, args[2])
            setattr(args[1], self.dest, self._check_type(args[2]))