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Auto​PEP8

by wistful ST2/ST3

Automatically formats Python code to conform to the PEP 8 style guide using autopep8 and pep8 modules

Details

  • 3 2.2.0
    1.3.6
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 1 year ago
  • 4 minutes ago
  • 7 years ago

Installs

  • Total 110K
  • Win 53K
  • OS X 28K
  • Linux 29K
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Windows 13 26 48 64 55 55 41 34 37 46 41 51 40 52 36 37 41 57 49 37 54 19 24 44 45 51 45 50 26 29 55 71 71 45 63 29 37 55 57 60 36 42 43 30 44 29
OS X 3 12 18 20 13 21 13 12 12 16 18 25 15 20 17 9 18 16 25 17 20 8 12 23 31 25 24 19 12 16 23 24 35 19 13 8 16 23 24 21 18 14 19 19 16 21
Linux 2 7 23 26 24 11 25 8 10 17 17 12 26 23 11 8 20 17 23 17 22 7 4 20 22 23 22 33 6 14 30 23 27 6 18 12 15 21 19 17 24 15 8 10 26 23

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Sublime Auto PEP8 Formatting

About

Automatically formats Python code to conform to the PEP 8 style guide using autopep8 library.

Supports ST3 only.

Features

  • format / preview code according PEP8
  • format / preview selected text
  • format / preview all python modules in folder
  • side bar menu
  • format code while saving

Installing

The easiest way to install AutoPEP8 in through Package Control, which can be found at this site: http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/package_control.

Once you install Package Control, restart ST3 and bring up the Command Palette (Command+Shift+P on OS X, Control+Shift+P on Linux/Windows). Select “Package Control: Install Package”, wait while Package Control fetches the latest package list, then select AutoPEP8 when the list appears.

Pep8(pycodestyle) configuration

The extenstion supports both --global-config and --ignore-local-config options from the autopep8.

Settings

{

    "max-line-length": 79,

    // Do not fix these errors / warnings(e.g. E4, W)
    "ignore": "",

    // Select errors / warnings(e.g. E4, W)
    "select": "",

    // Number of spaces per indent level
    "indent-size": 4,

    // Don't look for and apply local config files;
    // if false, defaults are updated with any config files in the project's root directory.
    "ignore-local-config": false,

    // Path to a global pep8 config file;
    // if this file doesnot exist then this is ignored.
    "global-config": "",

    // Hang closing bracket instead of matching indentation of opening bracket's line.
    "hang-closing": false,

    // Specifies whether or not format files once they saved.
    "format_on_save": false,

    // If true - open new output panel with format/preview results.
    "show_output_panel": true,

    // Format/Preview menu items only appear for views
    // with syntax from `syntax_list`
    // value is base filename of the .tmLanguage syntax files
    "syntax_list": ["Python"],

    // The value shows how deep the plugin should look for *.py files
    // before disabling "Preview" and "Format" items in the Side Bar "AutoPep8" Context Menu.
    "file_menu_search_depth": 3, // max depth to search python files

    // If value is false(default)
    // then formatter doesn't treat absence of bottom empty line as an error
    // and doesn't try to fix it.
    "avoid_new_line_in_select_mode": false,

    // For debug purporse only.
    "debug": false,
    "logfile": "/tmp/sublimeautopep8.log"  // File to store debug messages.
}

Using

  • SideBar - right click on the file(s) or folder(s)
  • Active view - right click on the view
  • Selected text - right click on the selected text
  • On Save - provide by settings: option format_on_save
  • Command Palette - bring up the Command Palette and select PEP8: Format Code or PEP8: Preview Changes
  • Hotkeys - Command/Control + Shift + 8 to format code, Command/Control + 8 to preview changes