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[build-system]
requires = ["setuptools~=62.3", "wheel~=0.37.1"]
build-backend = "setuptools.build_meta"
[project]
name = "homeassistant"
version = "2022.7.0.dev0"
license = {text = "Apache-2.0"}
description = "Open-source home automation platform running on Python 3."
readme = "README.rst"
authors = [
{name = "The Home Assistant Authors", email = "hello@home-assistant.io"}
]
keywords = ["home", "automation"]
classifiers = [
"Development Status :: 5 - Production/Stable",
"Intended Audience :: End Users/Desktop",
"Intended Audience :: Developers",
"License :: OSI Approved :: Apache Software License",
"Operating System :: OS Independent",
"Programming Language :: Python :: 3.9",
"Programming Language :: Python :: 3.10",
"Topic :: Home Automation",
]
requires-python = ">=3.9.0"
dependencies = [
"aiohttp==3.8.1",
"astral==2.2",
"async_timeout==4.0.2",
"attrs==21.2.0",
"atomicwrites==1.4.0",
"awesomeversion==22.6.0",
"bcrypt==3.1.7",
"certifi>=2021.5.30",
"ciso8601==2.2.0",
# When bumping httpx, please check the version pins of
# httpcore, anyio, and h11 in gen_requirements_all
"httpx==0.23.0",
"ifaddr==0.1.7",
"jinja2==3.1.2",
"PyJWT==2.4.0",
# PyJWT has loose dependency. We want the latest one.
"cryptography==36.0.2",
"orjson==3.7.5",
"pip>=21.0,<22.2",
"python-slugify==4.0.1",
"pyyaml==6.0",
"requests==2.28.0",
"typing-extensions>=3.10.0.2,<5.0",
"voluptuous==0.13.1",
"voluptuous-serialize==2.5.0",
"yarl==1.7.2",
]
[project.urls]
"Source Code" = "https://github.com/home-assistant/core"
"Bug Reports" = "https://github.com/home-assistant/core/issues"
"Docs: Dev" = "https://developers.home-assistant.io/"
"Discord" = "https://www.home-assistant.io/join-chat/"
"Forum" = "https://community.home-assistant.io/"
[project.scripts]
hass = "homeassistant.__main__:main"
[tool.setuptools]
platforms = ["any"]
zip-safe = false
include-package-data = true
[tool.setuptools.packages.find]
include = ["homeassistant*"]
[tool.black]
target-version = ["py39", "py310"]
exclude = 'generated'
[tool.isort]
# https://github.com/PyCQA/isort/wiki/isort-Settings
profile = "black"
# will group `import x` and `from x import` of the same module.
force_sort_within_sections = true
known_first_party = [
"homeassistant",
"tests",
]
forced_separate = [
"tests",
]
combine_as_imports = true
[tool.pylint.MAIN]
py-version = "3.9"
ignore = [
"tests",
]
# Use a conservative default here; 2 should speed up most setups and not hurt
# any too bad. Override on command line as appropriate.
jobs = 2
init-hook = """\
from pathlib import Path; \
import sys; \
from pylint.config import find_default_config_files; \
sys.path.append( \
str(Path(next(find_default_config_files())).parent.joinpath('pylint/plugins'))
) \
"""
load-plugins = [
"pylint.extensions.code_style",
"pylint.extensions.typing",
"pylint_strict_informational",
"hass_constructor",
"hass_enforce_type_hints",
"hass_imports",
"hass_logger",
]
persistent = false
extension-pkg-allow-list = [
"av.audio.stream",
"av.stream",
"ciso8601",
"orjson",
"cv2",
]
[tool.pylint.BASIC]
class-const-naming-style = "any"
good-names = [
"_",
"ev",
"ex",
"fp",
"i",
"id",
"j",
"k",
"Run",
"ip",
]
[tool.pylint."MESSAGES CONTROL"]
# Reasons disabled:
# format - handled by black
# locally-disabled - it spams too much
# duplicate-code - unavoidable
# cyclic-import - doesn't test if both import on load
# abstract-class-little-used - prevents from setting right foundation
# unused-argument - generic callbacks and setup methods create a lot of warnings
# too-many-* - are not enforced for the sake of readability
# too-few-* - same as too-many-*
# abstract-method - with intro of async there are always methods missing
# inconsistent-return-statements - doesn't handle raise
# too-many-ancestors - it's too strict.
# wrong-import-order - isort guards this
# consider-using-f-string - str.format sometimes more readable
# ---
# Enable once current issues are fixed:
# consider-using-namedtuple-or-dataclass (Pylint CodeStyle extension)
# consider-using-assignment-expr (Pylint CodeStyle extension)
disable = [
"format",
"abstract-method",
"cyclic-import",
"duplicate-code",
"inconsistent-return-statements",
"locally-disabled",
"not-context-manager",
"too-few-public-methods",
"too-many-ancestors",
"too-many-arguments",
"too-many-branches",
"too-many-instance-attributes",
"too-many-lines",
"too-many-locals",
"too-many-public-methods",
"too-many-return-statements",
"too-many-statements",
"too-many-boolean-expressions",
"unused-argument",
"wrong-import-order",
"consider-using-f-string",
"consider-using-namedtuple-or-dataclass",
"consider-using-assignment-expr",
]
enable = [
#"useless-suppression", # temporarily every now and then to clean them up
"use-symbolic-message-instead",
]
[tool.pylint.REPORTS]
score = false
[tool.pylint.TYPECHECK]
ignored-classes = [
"_CountingAttr", # for attrs
]
mixin-class-rgx = ".*[Mm]ix[Ii]n"
[tool.pylint.FORMAT]
expected-line-ending-format = "LF"
[tool.pylint.EXCEPTIONS]
overgeneral-exceptions = [
"BaseException",
"Exception",
"HomeAssistantError",
]
[tool.pylint.TYPING]
runtime-typing = false
[tool.pylint.CODE_STYLE]
max-line-length-suggestions = 72
[tool.pytest.ini_options]
testpaths = [
"tests",
]
norecursedirs = [
".git",
"testing_config",
]
log_format = "%(asctime)s.%(msecs)03d %(levelname)-8s %(threadName)s %(name)s:%(filename)s:%(lineno)s %(message)s"
log_date_format = "%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S"