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flake8-annotations-complexity

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An extension for flake8 to report on too complex type annotations.

Complex type annotations often means bad annotations usage, wrong code decomposition or improper data structure choice. They are also hard to read and make code look java-like.

Annotation complexity is maximum annotation nesting level. So List[int] complexity is 2 and Tuple[List[Optional[str]], int] is 4.

Default max annotation complexity is 3 and can be configured via --max-annotations-complexity option.

Installation

pip install flake8-annotations-complexity

Example

Sample file:

# test.py

def foo() -> List[int]:
    return [1]

Usage:

$ flake8 --max-annotations-complexity=1 test.py
test.py:4:14: TAE002 too complex annotation (2 > 1)

Tested on Python 3.5.0 and flake8 3.7.4.

Contributing

We would love you to contribute to our project. It's simple:

  1. Create an issue with bug you found or proposal you have. Wait for approve from maintainer.
  2. Create a pull request. Make sure all checks are green.
  3. Fix review comments if any.
  4. Be awesome.

Here are useful tips:

  • You can run all checks and tests with make check. Please do it before TravisCI does.
  • We use BestDoctor python styleguide. Sorry, styleguide is available only in Russian for now.
  • We respect Django CoC. Make soft, not bullshit.
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