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            flake8-import-order
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|Build Status|

A `flake8 <http://flake8.readthedocs.org/en/latest/>`__ and `Pylama
<https://github.com/klen/pylama>`__ plugin that checks the ordering of
your imports. It does not check anything else about the
imports. Merely that they are grouped and ordered correctly.

In general stdlib comes first, then 3rd party, then local packages,
and that each group is individually alphabetized, however this depends
on the style used. Flake8-Import-Order supports a number of `styles
<#styles>`_ and is extensible allowing for `custom styles
<#extending-styles>`_.

This plugin was originally developed to match the style preferences of
the `cryptography <https://github.com/pyca/cryptography>`__ project,
with this style remaining the default.

Warnings
--------

This package adds 3 new flake8 warnings

-  ``I100``: Your import statements are in the wrong order.
-  ``I101``: The names in your from import are in the wrong order.
-  ``I201``: Missing newline between sections or imports.

Styles
------

The following styles are directly supported,

* ``cryptography`` - see an `example <https://github.com/PyCQA/flake8-import-order/blob/master/tests/test_cases/complete_cryptography.py>`__
* ``google`` - style described in `Google Style Guidelines <https://google.github.io/styleguide/pyguide.html?showone=Imports_formatting#Imports_formatting>`__, see an `example <https://github.com/PyCQA/flake8-import-order/blob/master/tests/test_cases/complete_google.py>`__
* ``smarkets`` - style as ``google`` only with `import` statements before `from X import ...` statements, see an `example <https://github.com/PyCQA/flake8-import-order/blob/master/tests/test_cases/complete_smarkets.py>`__
* ``appnexus`` - style as ``google`` only with `import` statements for packages local to your company or organisation coming after `import` statements for third-party packages, see an `example <https://github.com/PyCQA/flake8-import-order/blob/master/tests/test_cases/complete_appnexus.py>`__
* ``edited`` - style as ``smarkets`` only with `import` statements for packages local to your company or organisation coming after `import` statements for third-party packages, see an `example <https://github.com/PyCQA/flake8-import-order/blob/master/tests/test_cases/complete_edited.py>`__
* ``pep8`` - style that only enforces groups without enforcing the order within the groups

You can also `add your own style <#extending-styles>`_ by extending ``Style``
class.

Configuration
-------------

You will want to set the ``application-import-names`` option to a
comma separated list of names that should be considered local to your
application. These will be used to help categorise your import
statements into the correct groups. Note that relative imports are
always considered local.

You will want to set the ``application-package-names`` option to a
comma separated list of names that should be considered local to your
company or organisation, but which are obtained using some sort of
package manager like Pip, Apt, or Yum.  Typically, code representing
the values listed in this option is located in a different repository
than the code being developed.  This option is only accepted in the
supported ``appnexus`` or ``edited`` styles or in any style that
accepts application package names.

``import-order-style`` controls what style the plugin follows
(``cryptography`` is the default).

Limitations
-----------

Currently these checks are limited to module scope imports only.
Conditional imports in module scope will also be ignored.

Classification of an imported module is achieved by checking the
module against a stdlib list and then if there is no match against the
``application-import-names`` list and ``application-package-names`` if
the style accepts application-package names. Only if none of these
lists contain the imported module will it be classified as third
party.

``I201`` only checks that groups of imports are not consecutive and only
takes into account the first line of each import statement. This means
that multi-line from imports, comments between imports and so on may
cause this error not to be raised correctly in all situations. This
restriction is due to the data provided by the stdlib ``ast`` module.

Imported modules are classified as stdlib if the module is in a
vendored list of stdlib modules. This list is based on the latest
release of Python and hence the results can be misleading. This list
is also the same for all Python versions because otherwise it would
be impossible to write programs that work under both Python 2 and 3
*and* pass the import order check.

Extending styles
----------------

You can add your own style by extending ``flake8_import_order.styles.Style``
class. Here's an example:

.. code-block:: python

    from flake8_import_order.styles import Cryptography


    class ReversedCryptography(Cryptography):
        # Note that Cryptography is a subclass of Style.

        @staticmethod
        def sorted_names(names):
            return reversed(Cryptography.sorted_names(names))

By default there are five import groupings or sections; future,
stdlib, third party, application, and relative imports. A style can
choose to accept another grouping, application-package, by setting the
``Style`` class variable ``accepts_application_package_names`` to
True, e.g.

.. code-block:: python

    class PackageNameCryptography(Cryptography):
        accepts_application_package_names = True

To make flake8-import-order able to discover your extended style, you need to
register it as ``flake8_import_order.styles`` using setuptools' `entry points
<https://setuptools.readthedocs.io/en/latest/pkg_resources.html#entry-points>`__
mechanism:

.. code-block:: python

    # setup.py of your style package
    setup(
        name='flake8-import-order-reversed-cryptography',
        ...,
        entry_points={
            'flake8_import_order.styles': [
                'reversed = reversedcryptography:ReversedCryptography',
                # 'reversed' is a style name.  You can pass it to
                # --import-order-style option
                # 'reversedcryptography:ReversedCryptography' is an import path
                # of your extended style class.
            ]
        }
    )

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