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# Python settings for QMK
[flake8]
ignore =
# QMK is ok with long lines.
E501
per_file_ignores =
**/__init__.py:F401
# Let's slowly crank this down
max_complexity=16
[yapf]
# Align closing bracket with visual indentation.
align_closing_bracket_with_visual_indent=True
# Allow dictionary keys to exist on multiple lines. For example:
#
# x = {
# ('this is the first element of a tuple',
# 'this is the second element of a tuple'):
# value,
# }
allow_multiline_dictionary_keys=False
# Allow lambdas to be formatted on more than one line.
allow_multiline_lambdas=False
# Allow splitting before a default / named assignment in an argument list.
allow_split_before_default_or_named_assigns=True
# Allow splits before the dictionary value.
allow_split_before_dict_value=True
# Let spacing indicate operator precedence. For example:
#
# a = 1 * 2 + 3 / 4
# b = 1 / 2 - 3 * 4
# c = (1 + 2) * (3 - 4)
# d = (1 - 2) / (3 + 4)
# e = 1 * 2 - 3
# f = 1 + 2 + 3 + 4
#
# will be formatted as follows to indicate precedence:
#
# a = 1*2 + 3/4
# b = 1/2 - 3*4
# c = (1+2) * (3-4)
# d = (1-2) / (3+4)
# e = 1*2 - 3
# f = 1 + 2 + 3 + 4
#
arithmetic_precedence_indication=True
# Number of blank lines surrounding top-level function and class
# definitions.
blank_lines_around_top_level_definition=2
# Insert a blank line before a class-level docstring.
blank_line_before_class_docstring=False
# Insert a blank line before a module docstring.
blank_line_before_module_docstring=False
# Insert a blank line before a 'def' or 'class' immediately nested
# within another 'def' or 'class'. For example:
#
# class Foo:
# # <------ this blank line
# def method():
# ...
blank_line_before_nested_class_or_def=False
# Do not split consecutive brackets. Only relevant when
# dedent_closing_brackets is set. For example:
#
# call_func_that_takes_a_dict(
# {
# 'key1': 'value1',
# 'key2': 'value2',
# }
# )
#
# would reformat to:
#
# call_func_that_takes_a_dict({
# 'key1': 'value1',
# 'key2': 'value2',
# })
coalesce_brackets=True
# The column limit.
column_limit=256
# The style for continuation alignment. Possible values are:
#
# - SPACE: Use spaces for continuation alignment. This is default behavior.
# - FIXED: Use fixed number (CONTINUATION_INDENT_WIDTH) of columns
# (ie: CONTINUATION_INDENT_WIDTH/INDENT_WIDTH tabs) for continuation
# alignment.
# - VALIGN-RIGHT: Vertically align continuation lines with indent
# characters. Slightly right (one more indent character) if cannot
# vertically align continuation lines with indent characters.
#
# For options FIXED, and VALIGN-RIGHT are only available when USE_TABS is
# enabled.
continuation_align_style=SPACE
# Indent width used for line continuations.
continuation_indent_width=4
# Put closing brackets on a separate line, dedented, if the bracketed
# expression can't fit in a single line. Applies to all kinds of brackets,
# including function definitions and calls. For example:
#
# config = {
# 'key1': 'value1',
# 'key2': 'value2',
# } # <--- this bracket is dedented and on a separate line
#
# time_series = self.remote_client.query_entity_counters(
# entity='dev3246.region1',
# key='dns.query_latency_tcp',
# transform=Transformation.AVERAGE(window=timedelta(seconds=60)),
# start_ts=now()-timedelta(days=3),
# end_ts=now(),
# ) # <--- this bracket is dedented and on a separate line
dedent_closing_brackets=True
# Disable the heuristic which places each list element on a separate line
# if the list is comma-terminated.
disable_ending_comma_heuristic=False
# Place each dictionary entry onto its own line.
each_dict_entry_on_separate_line=True
# The regex for an i18n comment. The presence of this comment stops
# reformatting of that line, because the comments are required to be
# next to the string they translate.
i18n_comment=
# The i18n function call names. The presence of this function stops
# reformattting on that line, because the string it has cannot be moved
# away from the i18n comment.
i18n_function_call=
# Indent blank lines.
indent_blank_lines=False
# Indent the dictionary value if it cannot fit on the same line as the
# dictionary key. For example:
#
# config = {
# 'key1':
# 'value1',
# 'key2': value1 +
# value2,
# }
indent_dictionary_value=True
# The number of columns to use for indentation.
indent_width=4
# Join short lines into one line. E.g., single line 'if' statements.
join_multiple_lines=False
# Do not include spaces around selected binary operators. For example:
#
# 1 + 2 * 3 - 4 / 5
#
# will be formatted as follows when configured with "*,/":
#
# 1 + 2*3 - 4/5
no_spaces_around_selected_binary_operators=
# Use spaces around default or named assigns.
spaces_around_default_or_named_assign=False
# Use spaces around the power operator.
spaces_around_power_operator=False
# The number of spaces required before a trailing comment.
# This can be a single value (representing the number of spaces
# before each trailing comment) or list of values (representing
# alignment column values; trailing comments within a block will
# be aligned to the first column value that is greater than the maximum
# line length within the block). For example:
#
# With spaces_before_comment=5:
#
# 1 + 1 # Adding values
#
# will be formatted as:
#
# 1 + 1 # Adding values <-- 5 spaces between the end of the statement and comment
#
# With spaces_before_comment=15, 20:
#
# 1 + 1 # Adding values
# two + two # More adding
#
# longer_statement # This is a longer statement
# short # This is a shorter statement
#
# a_very_long_statement_that_extends_beyond_the_final_column # Comment
# short # This is a shorter statement
#
# will be formatted as:
#
# 1 + 1 # Adding values <-- end of line comments in block aligned to col 15
# two + two # More adding
#
# longer_statement # This is a longer statement <-- end of line comments in block aligned to col 20
# short # This is a shorter statement
#
# a_very_long_statement_that_extends_beyond_the_final_column # Comment <-- the end of line comments are aligned based on the line length
# short # This is a shorter statement
#
spaces_before_comment=2
# Insert a space between the ending comma and closing bracket of a list,
# etc.
space_between_ending_comma_and_closing_bracket=False
# Split before arguments
split_all_comma_separated_values=False
# Split before arguments if the argument list is terminated by a
# comma.
split_arguments_when_comma_terminated=True
# Set to True to prefer splitting before '+', '-', '*', '/', '//', or '@'
# rather than after.
split_before_arithmetic_operator=False
# Set to True to prefer splitting before '&', '|' or '^' rather than
# after.
split_before_bitwise_operator=True
# Split before the closing bracket if a list or dict literal doesn't fit on
# a single line.
split_before_closing_bracket=True
# Split before a dictionary or set generator (comp_for). For example, note
# the split before the 'for':
#
# foo = {
# variable: 'Hello world, have a nice day!'
# for variable in bar if variable != 42
# }
split_before_dict_set_generator=True
# Split before the '.' if we need to split a longer expression:
#
# foo = ('This is a really long string: {}, {}, {}, {}'.format(a, b, c, d))
#
# would reformat to something like:
#
# foo = ('This is a really long string: {}, {}, {}, {}'
# .format(a, b, c, d))
split_before_dot=False
# Split after the opening paren which surrounds an expression if it doesn't
# fit on a single line.
split_before_expression_after_opening_paren=False
# If an argument / parameter list is going to be split, then split before
# the first argument.
split_before_first_argument=False
# Set to True to prefer splitting before 'and' or 'or' rather than
# after.
split_before_logical_operator=False
# Split named assignments onto individual lines.
split_before_named_assigns=True
# Set to True to split list comprehensions and generators that have
# non-trivial expressions and multiple clauses before each of these
# clauses. For example:
#
# result = [
# a_long_var + 100 for a_long_var in xrange(1000)
# if a_long_var % 10]
#
# would reformat to something like:
#
# result = [
# a_long_var + 100
# for a_long_var in xrange(1000)
# if a_long_var % 10]
split_complex_comprehension=True
# The penalty for splitting right after the opening bracket.
split_penalty_after_opening_bracket=300
# The penalty for splitting the line after a unary operator.
split_penalty_after_unary_operator=10000
# The penalty of splitting the line around the '+', '-', '*', '/', '//',
# ``%``, and '@' operators.
split_penalty_arithmetic_operator=300
# The penalty for splitting right before an if expression.
split_penalty_before_if_expr=0
# The penalty of splitting the line around the '&', '|', and '^'
# operators.
split_penalty_bitwise_operator=300
# The penalty for splitting a list comprehension or generator
# expression.
split_penalty_comprehension=80
# The penalty for characters over the column limit.
split_penalty_excess_character=7000
# The penalty incurred by adding a line split to the unwrapped line. The
# more line splits added the higher the penalty.
split_penalty_for_added_line_split=30
# The penalty of splitting a list of "import as" names. For example:
#
# from a_very_long_or_indented_module_name_yada_yad import (long_argument_1,
# long_argument_2,
# long_argument_3)
#
# would reformat to something like:
#
# from a_very_long_or_indented_module_name_yada_yad import (
# long_argument_1, long_argument_2, long_argument_3)
split_penalty_import_names=0
# The penalty of splitting the line around the 'and' and 'or'
# operators.
split_penalty_logical_operator=300
# Use the Tab character for indentation.
use_tabs=False