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Name:           python-argh
Version:        0.26.1
Release:        0
Summary:        A simple argparse wrapper
License:        LGPL-3.0+
Group:          Development/Languages/Python
BuildRoot:      %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-build
BuildRequires:  python-argparse >= 1.1
BuildRequires:  python-devel
BuildRequires:  python-setuptools
Requires:       python-argparse >= 1.1
%if 0%{?suse_version} && 0%{?suse_version} <= 1110
%{!?python_sitelib: %global python_sitelib %(python -c "from distutils.sysconfig import get_python_lib; print get_python_lib()")}
BuildArch:      noarch

Agrh, argparse!

Did you ever say "argh" trying to remember the details of optparse or argparse
API? If yes, this package may be useful for you. It provides a very simple
wrapper for argparse with support for hierarchical commands that can be bound
to modules or classes. Argparse can do it; argh makes it easy.

Here's a list of features that argh adds to argparse:

* mark a function as a CLI command and specify its arguments before the parser
  is instantiated;
* nesed commands made easy: no messing with subparsers (though they are of
  course used under the hood);
* infer agrument type from the default value;
* infer command name from function name;
* add an alias root command help for the --help argument;
* enable passing unwrapped arguments to certain functions instead of a
  argparse.Namespace object.

Argh is fully compatible with argparse. You can mix argh-agnostic and
argh-aware code. Just keep in mind that argh.dispatch does some extra
work that a custom dispatcher may not do.

%setup -q -n argh-%{version}

python build

python install --prefix=%{_prefix} --root=%{buildroot}

%doc README.rst