python-funcsigs
Port variant py27
Summary Signature functions backport from 3.3 (PY 27)
Package version 1.0.2
Homepage http://funcsigs.readthedocs.org
Keywords python, devel
Maintainer Python Automaton
License Not yet specified
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Last modified 02 JUL 2018, 11:38:38 UTC
Port created 29 JUN 2017, 18:40:55 UTC
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single .. funcsigs documentation master file, created by sphinx-quickstart on Fri Apr 20 20:27:52 2012. You can adapt this file completely to your liking, but it should at least contain the root `toctree` directive. Introducing funcsigs ==================== The Funcsigs Package -------------------- ``funcsigs`` is a backport of the `PEP 362`_ function signature features from Python 3.3's `inspect`_ module. The backport is compatible with Python 2.6, 2.7 as well as 3.3 and up. 3.2 was supported by version 0.4, but with setuptools and pip no longer supporting 3.2, we cannot make any statement about 3.2 compatibility. Compatibility ````````````` The ``funcsigs`` backport has been tested against: * CPython 2.6 * CPython 2.7 * CPython 3.3 * CPython 3.4 * CPython 3.5 * CPython nightlies * PyPy and PyPy3(currently failing CI) Continuous integration testing is provided by `Travis CI`_. Under Python 2.x there is a compatibility issue when a function is assigned to the ``__wrapped__`` property of a class after it has been constructed. Similiarily there under PyPy directly passing the ``__call__`` method of a builtin is also a compatibility issues. Otherwise the functionality is believed to be uniform between both Python2 and Python3. Issues `````` Source code for ``funcsigs`` is hosted on `GitHub`_. Any bug reports or feature requests can be made using GitHub's `issues system`_. |build_status| |coverage| Example ------- To obtain a `Signature` object, pass the target function to the ``funcsigs.signature`` function. .. code-block:: python >>> from funcsigs import signature >>> def foo(a, b=None, *args, **kwargs): ... pass ... >>> sig = signature(foo) >>> sig >>> sig.parameters OrderedDict([('a', ), ('b', ), ('args', ), ('kwargs', )]) >>> sig.return_annotation Introspecting callables with the Signature object ------------------------------------------------- .. note:: This section of documentation is a direct reproduction of the Python standard library documentation for the inspect module. The Signature object represents the call signature of a callable object and its return annotation. To retrieve a Signature object, use the :func:`signature` function. .. function:: signature(callable) Return a :class:`Signature` object for the given ``callable``:: >>> from funcsigs import signature >>> def foo(a, *, b:int, **kwargs): ... pass >>> sig = signature(foo) >>> str(sig) '(a, *, b:int, **kwargs)' >>> str(sig.parameters['b']) 'b:int' >>> sig.parameters['b'].annotation Accepts a wide range of python callables, from plain functions and classes to :func:`functools.partial` objects. .. note::
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PY27 ON Build using Python 2.7 PY36 OFF Build using Python 3.6 PY37 OFF Build using Python 3.7
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Build and Runtime python-setuptools:single:py27
python27:single:standard
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