alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Thu Jul 1 02:14:05 CEST 2010
"Mary Morris" <marris1031 at gmail.com> wrote
> anything. I need to find out every decorator and make sure it has a
> descriptive name. I was thinking I could write a simple script
> which would
> parse through all of the source files and find decorators-maybe by
> for the @ symbol?
I would first try a good IDE. I don't have it installed at the moment
think pydev for Eclipse can find decorator definitions. Combined with
a power search to locate all uses of decorators that might be easier.
Just a thought and I might be remembering wrong. But if you are doing
serious Python coding Eclipse and PyDev are a good combination.
It should also be possible to get GNU tags to handle decoratiors too -
already works with Pythion and vim will work with tags...
In other words don't be too quick to jump to a programming solution,
OS level tools may be a better first step. Especially if you are on
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