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pydepend (checking dependencies like jdepend) ?

Hi there,

think %Subject says all.

I am wondering if there is some tool to check dependencies within
python programs.
(something like jdepend for python ;-)

Of course the dependencies are at runtime (dynamic) and not statically
+dynamically (as in Java), but anyway it would be interesting to know
of them (for better modularization e.g.)

TIA, Berni.
Jan 4 '08 #1
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Hi,

try to look at py2exe. This module scans all dependencies to pack them
into one executable.

Stefan

-----Original Message-----
From: py************************************@python.org
[mailto:py************************************@pyth on.org] On Behalf Of
Bernhard Merkle
Sent: Friday, January 04, 2008 1:14 PM
To: py*********@python.org
Subject: pydepend (checking dependencies like jdepend) ?
Hi there,

think %Subject says all.

I am wondering if there is some tool to check dependencies within python
programs.
(something like jdepend for python ;-)

Of course the dependencies are at runtime (dynamic) and not statically
+dynamically (as in Java), but anyway it would be interesting to know
of them (for better modularization e.g.)

TIA, Berni.
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Jan 4 '08 #2
On Jan 4, 1:57 pm, "Stefan Schukat" <SSchu...@dspace.dewrote:
Hi,

try to look at py2exe. This module scans all dependencies to pack them
into one executable.
my intention is to _know_ (or display or list or whatever) the
dependencies.
(see also my original posting).
The aim is to control and have a view on modularization and e.g. avoid
unnecessary bidirectional dependencies etc.

does py2.exe display such information ?

Berni.
Jan 4 '08 #3
No, py2exe does not display such information but has an algorithm to
collect such information.
Perhaps this is a starting point for you.

Stefan
-----Original Message-----
From: py************************************@python.org
[mailto:py************************************@pyth on.org] On Behalf Of
Bernhard Merkle
Sent: Friday, January 04, 2008 2:25 PM
To: py*********@python.org
Subject: Re: pydepend (checking dependencies like jdepend) ?
On Jan 4, 1:57 pm, "Stefan Schukat" <SSchu...@dspace.dewrote:
Hi,

try to look at py2exe. This module scans all dependencies to pack them
into one executable.
my intention is to _know_ (or display or list or whatever) the
dependencies.
(see also my original posting).
The aim is to control and have a view on modularization and e.g. avoid
unnecessary bidirectional dependencies etc.

does py2.exe display such information ?

Berni.
--
http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list
Jan 4 '08 #4
Stefan Schukat schrieb:
No, py2exe does not display such information but has an algorithm to
collect such information.
Perhaps this is a starting point for you.
If py2exe is run with the -x flag, it does display a cross-reference
in a browser window.

Thomas

Jan 4 '08 #5

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