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Available Layers » lang#python

Description

This layer is for Python development.

Installation

Enable language layer

The lang#python layer is not loaded by default, to use this layer, you need to add following snippet into your spacevim configuration file.

[[layers]]
  name = "lang#python"

Language tools

Layer options

Key bindings

Jump to definition

Mode Key Bindings Description
normal g d Jump to the definition position of cursor symbol

Code generation

Mode Key Binding Description
normal SPC l g d Generate docstring

Code Coverage

Mode Key Binding Description
normal SPC l c r coverager report
normal SPC l c s coverager show
normal SPC l c e coverager session
normal SPC l c f coverager refresh

Text objects and motions

This layer contains vim-pythonsense which provides text objects and motions for Python classes, methods, functions, and doc strings.

Text Objects Descriptions
ac Outer class text object
ic Inner class text object
af Inner function text object
if Inner function text object
ad Inner docstring text object
id Inner docstring text object

Inferior REPL process

Start a Python or iPython inferior REPL process with SPC l s i. If ipython is available in system executable search paths, ipython will be used to launch Python shell; otherwise, default python interpreter will be used. You may change your system executable search path by activating a virtual environment.

Send code to inferior process commands:

Key Bindings Descriptions
SPC l s b send buffer and keep code buffer focused
SPC l s l send line and keep code buffer focused
SPC l s s send selection text and keep code buffer focused

Running current script

To running a Python script, you can press SPC l r to run current file without loss focus, and the result will be shown in a runner buffer.

Testing

Refactoring

Key Bindings Descriptions
SPC l i r remove unused imports with autoflake
SPC l i s sort imports with isort

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