Source code for cement.core.arg

Cement core argument module.


from abc import abstractmethod
from ..core.interface import Interface
from ..core.handler import Handler
from ..utils.misc import minimal_logger

LOG = minimal_logger(__name__)

[docs] class ArgumentInterface(Interface): """ This class defines the Argument Interface. Handlers that implement this interface must provide the methods and attributes defined below. In general, most implementations should sub-class from the provided :class:`ArgumentHandler` base class as a starting point. """
[docs] class Meta: """Interface meta-data options.""" #: The string identifier of the interface. interface = 'argument'
[docs] @abstractmethod def add_argument(self, *args, **kw): """Add arguments to the parser. This should be ``-o/--option`` or positional. Note that the interface defines the following parameters so that at the very least, external extensions can guarantee that they can properly add command line arguments when necessary. The implementation itself should, and will provide and support many more options than those listed here. That said, the implementation must support the following: Args: args (list): List of option arguments. Generally something like ``['-h', '--help']``. Keyword Args: dest (str): The destination name (variable). Default: `args[0]` help (str): The help text for ``--help`` output (for that argument). action (str): Must support: ``['store', 'store_true', 'store_false', 'store_const']`` choices (list): A list of valid values that can be passed to an option whose action is ``store``. const (str): The value stored if ``action == 'store_const'``. default (str): The default value. Returns: None """ pass # pragma: nocover
[docs] @abstractmethod def parse(self, *args): """ Parse the argument list (i.e. ``sys.argv``). Can return any object as long as its' members contain those of the added arguments. For example, if adding a ``-v/--version`` option that stores to the dest of ``version``, then the member must be callable as ``Object().version``. Args: args (list): A list of command line arguments Returns: object: A callable object whose member reprisent the available arguments """ pass # pragma: nocover
[docs] class ArgumentHandler(ArgumentInterface, Handler): """Argument handler implementation""" pass # pragma: nocover