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Metadata-Version: 1.1
Name: pprintpp
Version: 0.4.0
Summary: A drop-in replacement for pprint that's actually pretty
Home-page: https://github.com/wolever/pprintpp
Author: David Wolever
Author-email: david@wolever.net
License: BSD
Description: ``pprint++``: a drop-in replacement for ``pprint`` that's actually pretty
        =========================================================================
        
        .. image:: https://travis-ci.org/wolever/pprintpp.svg?branch=master
            :target: https://travis-ci.org/wolever/pprintpp
        
        Now with Python 3 support!
        
        Installation
        ------------
        
        
        ``pprint++`` can be installed with Python 2 or Python 3 using ``pip`` or
        ``easy_install``::
        
            $ pip install pprintpp
            - OR -
            $ easy_install pprintpp
        
        Usage
        -----
        
        ``pprint++`` can be used in three ways:
        
        1. Through the separate ``pp`` package::
        
            $ pip install pp-ez
            $ python
            ...
            >>> import pp
            >>> pp(["Hello", "world"])
            ["Hello", "world"]
        
           For more, see https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pp-ez
        
        2. As a command-line program, which will read Python literals from standard in
           and pretty-print them::
        
            $ echo "{'hello': 'world'}" | pypprint
            {'hello': 'world'}
        
        3. As an `ipython <https://github.com/ipython/ipython>`_ extension::
        
            In [1]: %load_ext pprintpp
           
           This will use pprintpp for ipython's output.
           
           To load this extension when ipython starts, put the previous line in your `startup file <https://ipython.org/ipython-doc/1/config/overview.html#startup-files>`_.
           
           You can change the indentation level like so::
            
            In [2]: %config PPrintPP.indentation = 4 
        
        4. To monkeypatch ``pprint``::
        
            >>> import pprintpp
            >>> pprintpp.monkeypatch()
            >>> import pprint
            >>> pprint.pprint(...)
        
           Note: the original ``pprint`` module will be available with ``import
           pprint_original``. Additionally, a warning will be issued if ``pprint`` has
           already been imported. This can be suppressed by passing ``quiet=True``.
        
        5. And, if you *really* want, it can even be imported as a regular module:
        
           >>> import pprintpp
           >>> pprintpp.pprint(...)
        
        
        Usability Protips
        -----------------
        
        ``pp``
        ~~~~~~
        
        For bonus code aesthetics, ``pprintpp.pprint`` can be imported as ``pp``:
        
        .. code:: pycon
        
            >>> from pprintpp import pprint as pp
            >>> pp(...)
        
        And if that is just too many letters, the ``pp-ez`` package can be installed
        from PyPI, ensuring that pretty-printing is never more than an ``import pp``
        away::
        
            $ pip install pp-ez
            $ python
            ...
            >>> import pp
            >>> pp(["Hello", "world"])
            ["Hello", "world"]
        
        For more, see https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pp-ez
        
        
        Why is it prettier?
        -------------------
        
        Unlike ``pprint``, ``pprint++`` strives to emit a readable, largely
        PEP8-compliant, representation of its input.
        
        It also has explicit support for: the ``collections`` module (``defaultdict``
        and ``Counter``) and ``numpy`` arrays:
        
        .. code:: pycon
        
            >>> import numpy as np
            >>> from collections import defaultdict, Counter
            >>> pprint([np.array([[1,2],[3,4]]), defaultdict(int, {"foo": 1}), Counter("aaabbc")])
            [
                array([[1, 2],
                       [3, 4]]),
                defaultdict(<type 'int'>, {'foo': 1}),
                Counter({'a': 3, 'b': 2, 'c': 1}),
            ]
        
        Unicode characters, when possible, will be printed un-escaped. This is done by
        checking both the output stream's encoding (defaulting to ``utf-8``) and the
        character's Unicode category. An effort is made to print only characters which
        will be visually unambiguous: letters and numbers will be printed un-escaped,
        spaces, combining characters, and control characters will be escaped:
        
        .. code:: pycon
        
            >>> unistr = u"\xe9e\u0301"
            >>> print unistr
            éé
            >>> pprint(unistr)
            u'ée\u0301'
        
        The output stream's encoding will be considered too:
        
        .. code:: pycon
        
            >>> import io
            >>> stream = io.BytesIO()
            >>> stream.encoding = "ascii"
            >>> pprint(unistr, stream=stream)
            >>> print stream.getvalue()
            u'\xe9e\u0301'
        
        Subclassess of built-in collection types which don't define a new ``__repr__``
        will have their class name explicitly added to their repr. For example:
        
        .. code:: pycon
        
            >>> class MyList(list):
            ...     pass
            ...
            >>> pprint(MyList())
            MyList()
            >>> pprint(MyList([1, 2, 3]))
            MyList([1, 2, 3])
        
        Note that, as you might expect, custom ``__repr__`` methods will be respected:
        
        .. code:: pycon
        
            >>> class MyList(list):
            ...     def __repr__(self):
            ...         return "custom repr!"
            ...
            >>> pprint(MyList())
            custom repr!
        
        **Note**: ``pprint++`` is still under development, so the format *will* change
        and improve over time.
        
        Example
        ~~~~~~~
        
        With ``printpp``:
        
        .. code:: pycon
        
            >>> import pprintpp
            >>> pprintpp.pprint(["Hello", np.array([[1,2],[3,4]])])
            [
                'Hello',
                array([[1, 2],
                       [3, 4]]),
            ]
            >>> pprintpp.pprint(tweet)
            {
                'coordinates': None,
                'created_at': 'Mon Jun 27 19:32:19 +0000 2011',
                'entities': {
                    'hashtags': [],
                    'urls': [
                        {
                            'display_url': 'tumblr.com/xnr37hf0yz',
                            'expanded_url': 'http://tumblr.com/xnr37hf0yz',
                            'indices': [107, 126],
                            'url': 'http://t.co/cCIWIwg',
                        },
                    ],
                    'user_mentions': [],
                },
                'place': None,
                'source': '<a href="http://www.tumblr.com/" rel="nofollow">Tumblr</a>',
                'truncated': False,
                'user': {
                    'contributors_enabled': True,
                    'default_profile': False,
                    'entities': {'hashtags': [], 'urls': [], 'user_mentions': []},
                    'favourites_count': 20,
                    'id_str': '6253282',
                    'profile_link_color': '0094C2',
                },
            }
        
        Without ``printpp``::
        
            >>> import pprint
            >>> import numpy as np
            >>> pprint.pprint(["Hello", np.array([[1,2],[3,4]])])
            ['Hello', array([[1, 2],
                   [3, 4]])]
            >>> tweet = {'coordinates': None, 'created_at': 'Mon Jun 27 19:32:19 +0000 2011', 'entities': {'hashtags': [], 'urls': [{'display_url': 'tumblr.com/xnr37hf0yz', 'expanded_url': 'http://tumblr.com/xnr37hf0yz', 'indices': [107, 126], 'url': 'http://t.co/cCIWIwg'}], 'user_mentions': []}, 'place': None, 'source': '<a href="http://www.tumblr.com/" rel="nofollow">Tumblr</a>', 'truncated': False, 'user': {'contributors_enabled': True, 'default_profile': False, 'entities': {'hashtags': [], 'urls': [], 'user_mentions': []}, 'favourites_count': 20, 'id_str': '6253282', 'profile_link_color': '0094C2'}} 
            >>> pprint.pprint(tweet)
            {'coordinates': None,
             'created_at': 'Mon Jun 27 19:32:19 +0000 2011',
             'entities': {'hashtags': [],
                          'urls': [{'display_url': 'tumblr.com/xnr37hf0yz',
                                    'expanded_url': 'http://tumblr.com/xnr37hf0yz',
                                    'indices': [107, 126],
                                    'url': 'http://t.co/cCIWIwg'}],
                          'user_mentions': []},
             'place': None,
             'source': '<a href="http://www.tumblr.com/" rel="nofollow">Tumblr</a>',
             'truncated': False,
             'user': {'contributors_enabled': True,
                      'default_profile': False,
                      'entities': {'hashtags': [], 'urls': [], 'user_mentions': []},
                      'favourites_count': 20,
                      'id_str': '6253282',
                      'profile_link_color': '0094C2'}}
        
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Classifier: Development Status :: 3 - Alpha
Classifier: Environment :: Console
Classifier: Intended Audience :: Developers
Classifier: License :: OSI Approved :: BSD License
Classifier: Natural Language :: English
Classifier: Operating System :: OS Independent
Classifier: Programming Language :: Python
Classifier: Programming Language :: Python :: 2
Classifier: Programming Language :: Python :: 3
Classifier: Topic :: Software Development
Classifier: Topic :: Utilities