Category : command-line-arguments

I am making a modularly extendable application in Python that has some common abstract code and can have multiple implementations that in the end achieve same goal. Implementation will be added by creating new python modules in the root. Implementations will be selected by a CLI argument –impl <implementation-name>. Implementations will share some general argument ..

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How to throw error is someone gives an –inputlist but without a –update_golden? gp = ap.add_argument_group(morph("Other options")) gp.add_argument(‘–update_golden’, action=’store_true’, help=’It will update all golden data based on Regression ID, user can provide testlist if data to be updated for selected tests only.’) gp.add_argument(‘–inputlist’, type=str, default=None, help=’List of Input, only if –update_golden is true’) Is it ..

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i tried to program a function set, to get parameter in different ways and combined them. Everything can, but nothing must be set. In german i would call this a "Eierlegendewollmilchsau". Deeper documentation is in the code, but für easy using, just give it a try. Produce a setting file like setting.ini with: Animal: dog, ..

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I have configured the option below : parser.add_argument(‘-f’, ‘–files’, dest=’files’, nargs=’*’, metavar=”, default=sys.stdin, help=’File List to Search In’) And it works perfectly fine when running : script.py -f file1 file2 …. But i also want to support execution without the -f flag Meaning : script.py file1 file2 … I tried to do it with positional ..

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I am currently working with this this tensorflow-compression library: https://github.com/tensorflow/compression. I am training models with various datasets, including different input patchsizes, and various lambda values (lambda captures the tradeoff between the two components of the loss function) which affects which argparse command line arguments to specify. More info about specific arguments can be found here. ..

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I am trying to run a python script in the command-line and would like to parse multiple analyses command with different optional parameters e.g.: import argparse parser = argparse.ArgumentParser() subparsers = parser.add_subparsers(help=’commands’) # Analysis A analysis_a_parser = subparsers.add_parser(‘analysis_a’, help=’description) analysis_a_parser.add_argument(‘-flag1′, action=’store_true’, default=False, help=’flag1 description’) analysis_a_parser.add_argument(‘-flag2′, action=’store_true’, default=False, help=’flag2 description’) analysis_a_parser.add_argument(‘-flag3′, action=’store_true’, default=False, help=’flag3 description’) # ..

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Previously I have solved this problem with explicit -} and -{ (or -b) as in nginxctl: $ python -m nginxctl serve –temp_dir ‘/tmp’ -b ‘server’ –server_name ‘localhost’ –listen ‘8080’ -b location ‘/’ –root ‘/tmp/wwwroot’ -} -} nginx is running. Stop with: /usr/local/bin/nginx -c /tmp/nginx.conf -s stop To illustrate the issue, using ml-params and ml-params-tensorflow: $ ..

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