Z3 has an importchecker:
This utility finds unused imports in Python modules. Its output is
grep-like and thus emacs-friendly.
Althought pyflakes works for me better.
Tuesday, June 5, 2007, 12:50:40 PM, you wrote:
> During development and especially refactoring, I'm often confronted with
> cleaning up import statements.
> Missing imports are reported by Python, however, unneeded imports are not. I
> don't know if unneded imports are a performance issue, nevertheless it
> probably makes sense to clean them up from time to time.
> Therefore I wonder if there's some tool that can automatically check if an
> import is needed or not. Probably this is easy to write, but perhaps somebody
> has already done so?
> What would be nice, would also be a tool that crawls through a python package
> and also checks any missing imports and reports all of them at once. When I
> refactor code, I often have to restart zope3 over and over, only due to
> missing import statements.
> Best Regards,
Adam mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
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