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Apply black to everything #449

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commented May 3, 2019

I've been hesitating on this for literally months, because I'm not at all excited about the giant diff that will result. But I've been using black on many of my other projects (most actively sqlite-utils) and the productivity boost is undeniable: I don't have to spend a single second thinking about code formatting any more!

So it's worth swallowing the one-off pain and moving on in a new, black-enabled world.

simonw added some commits May 3, 2019

Apply black to everything
I ran this:

    black datasette tests
Unit test enforcing black formatting
Only runs for Python 3.6 at the moment.

See python/black#425
Ensure executes first under pytest
Otherwise it throws an exception because it gets disrupted by the
asyncio activity in the other tests.
Tweak version check
Because 3.5.1 > 3.5

@simonw simonw merged commit 35d6ee2 into master May 4, 2019

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