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README.rst

manage.py

Human friendly CLI builder.

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Installation

pip install manage.py

Quickstart

cat manage.py

from manager import Manager

manager = Manager()

@manager.command
def echo(text, capitalyze=False):
    """print the given <name>"""
    if capitalyze:
        text = text.upper()
    return text

if __name__ == '__main__':
    manager.main()

manage --help:

usage: manage [<namespace>.]<command> [<args>]

positional arguments:
  command     the command to run

optional arguments:
  -h, --help  show this help message and exit

available commands:
  echo        print the given <name>

manage echo --help:

$ manage echo --help

usage: manage [-h] [--capitalyze] text

print the given <name>

positional arguments:
  text          no description

optional arguments:
  -h, --help    show this help message and exit
  --capitalyze  no description

Managers

Managers can be used together by merging them

from third_party import manager

my_app_manager.merge(manager)

# Merge within a new namespace:
my_app_manager.merge(manager, namespace='third_party')

Commands

Commands can be organized within namespaces

@manager.command(namespace='config')
def set(key, value):
    # ...

Arguments

Currently the framework will assume that arguments with default values are key-value arguments (--arg value) while required arguments are positional ones.

In other words, this definition:

@manager.command
def create(user):
    pass

will expect an invocation of the kind:

$ manage create foobar

and user in create() will take the value 'foobar'.

On the other hand, this:

@manager.command
def create(user=''):
    pass

will expect an invocation of the kind:

$ manage create --user foobar

The downside is obviously that it's not currently possible to have a required non-positional argument.

Argument definition can be overridden

@manager.arg('first_arg', help='this is help for first arg')
@manager.command
def my_command(first_arg):
    # ...

Arguments can be prompted

@manager.prompt('password', hidden=True, confirm=True)
@manager.command
def connect(username, password):
    # ...

Environment

Environment variables can be sourced from a .env file as key=value pair.

Environment variable can be enforce using Manager.env decorator

@manager.env('MY_ENV_VAR')
@manager.command
def my_command():
    return os.environ['MY_ENV_VAR']