runp exports Python functions from files to the command line. You don't need to change your existing code.
If you have a file named myfile.py with:
def foo(): """beeps a lot""" print "beep beep" def bar(text): """Prints things Args: text (str): The text to print """ print text
And you want to run it in the command line just do:
$ runp myfile.py foo beep beep
You can also pass arguments to your functions:
$ runp myfile.py bar:"this is sweet!" this is sweet!
Functions with names starting with _ are hidden.
You can list available functions with:
$ runp myfile.py -l Available functions: foo beeps a lot bar Prints things
And get info on a specific function:
$ runp myfile.py -d bar Displaying docstring for function bar in module myfile bar(text) Prints things Args: text (str): The text to print
Syntax for calling functions is:
$ runp myfile.py function_name:arg1value,arg2=arg2value
The concept, syntax for commands and initial code are heavily inspired by fabric's task system.