Category : command-line-arguments

def check_file(user_name,default_name): while True: try: #### check user name matches the default name if (‘%s’%(user_name)) == ‘%s’%(default_name): print("file matches") break except: print("wrong file.") continue if __name__ == ‘__main__’: parser = argparse.ArgumentParser() parser.add_argument(‘-k1’,type=argparse.FileType(‘r’),default=’k1file.txt’,required=True, help=’file input’) parser.add_argument(‘-k2’,type=argparse.FileType(‘r’),default=’k2file.txt’,required=True, help=’file input’) args = parser.parse_args() check_file(args.k1,args.get_default(‘k1’)) check_file(args.k2,args.get_default(‘k2’)) Present output: AttributeError: ‘Namespace’ object has no attribute ‘k1’ Source: Python..

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Is there a way to replace sys.argv with my own list for a utility powered by click? With argparse it’s easy and looks like this: def _retrieve_args(argv: List[str]) -> Any: parser = argparse.ArgumentParser( … args = parser.parse_args(argv) … return args then you can do whatever you please: ARGS = _retrieve_args(sys.argv[1:]) or ARGS = _retrieve_args([‘-v’, ‘–count’, ..

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I am trying to pass command line arguments to pytest tests. Example from this question print ("Displaying name: %s" % name) In conftest parser.addoption("–name", action="store", default="default name") def pytest_generate_tests(metafunc): # This is called for every test. Only get/set command line arguments # if the argument is specified in the list of test "fixturenames". option_value = ..

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I am developing a command-line toolset for a project. The final tool shall support many subcommands, like so foo command1 [–option1 [value]?]* So there can be subcommands like foo create –option1 value — foo make file1 –option2 –option3 The tool uses the argparse library for handling command-line arguments and help functionality etc. A few additional ..

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I would like to use argparser with subparsers and later work with argument values, but I can access to subparser’s variable. I get this error when run the (example)code belove: AttributeError: ‘Namespace’ object has no attribute ‘koo’. How can i most easily refer to a subparser’s variable? import argparse def argument_handling(): parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(prog=’PROG’) parser.add_argument(‘–foo’, ..

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I am creating a custom arg parser to instantiate it in my main program. Here is the class: class CustomArguments: def __init__(self): parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description="Possible command line arguments") #this is a required argument parser.add_argument("locations_file", help="POI file location", type=str) #also required parser.add_argument("users_file", help="User file location", type=str) parser.add_argument("–split", "-s" , help="Split threshold. File will be split if ..

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I’m able to run a python script which is using multiprocessing module (also tried with concurrent.futures module but the same result) in my windows 10 machine, python 3.8.4 environment from command line. The same script if I try to run in command line on another machine with Win 7, python 3.7.4 environment, it stops with ..

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