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"""Tool to check if function/class definitions in Python files match with
their __all__ attribute. Rudimentary support for Cython.
import sys
import re
from collections import Counter
for filename in sys.argv[1:]:
with open(filename, 'rt') as inp:
code =
match ='^__all__ = (\[.*\])', code,
flags=re.MULTILINE | re.DOTALL)
if match is None:
print('%s: no __all__' % filename)
declared = eval(
found = re.findall(r'^(?:def|class|cpdef|cdef class)'
r'(?: inline| extern)?'
r'(?: int| bint| void| long| double| bytes| str)?'
r' ([a-zA-Z]\w*)',
code, flags=re.MULTILINE)
foundset = set(found)
declaredset = set(declared)
diff1 = foundset - declaredset
diff2 = declaredset - foundset
flag = False
if diff1:
print('%s missing: %r' % (filename, diff1))
flag = True
if diff2:
print('%s not a defined function/class: %r' % (filename, diff2))
flag = True
if len(found) != len(foundset):
print('%s: multiply defined function/class: %s' % (
filename, [a for a, b in Counter(found).items() if b > 1]))
flag = True
if len(declared) != len(declaredset):
print('%s: repetition in __all__: %s' % (
filename, [a for a, b in Counter(declared).items() if b > 1]))
flag = True
if not flag:
print('%s: OK' % filename)
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