# pyls

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List the content and structure of a Python project

Only tested on Microsoft Windows and Python 2.7

## Usage

pyls [<dir1> [, <dir2>...] ]


Produces a listing of the python project in directly <dir>, or else in the current directory if none given, in the following format:

package
subpackage
module1.py
ClassA
ClassB
module2.py
ClassC
module3.py
ClassD


## Known Issues

Pyls works by importing every module it finds in the given directories, and enumerating the classes defined by importing that module. If you are doing anything cleverer than defining static classes in regular modules, then pyls will probably barf on it.

## Thanks

To Susan for putting up with my googly-eyed coding frenzies.

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Tip: Use camelCasing e.g. ProjME to search for ProjectModifiedEvent.java.
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