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Python code should follow the pep-8 spec.
Python 2 and 3 Cross Compatibility¶
To ensure cross compatibility between Python 2 and 3 we prioritize Python 3 conventions. Keep in mind that:
- all string literals are unicode strings
- division generates floating point numbers. Use
//for truncated division
- some built-ins, e.g.
filterreturn iterators in Python 3. If you want to make use of them import the Python 3 version of them from
builtins. Otherwise use list comprehensions, which work uniformly across versions
io.openinstead of the builtin
openwhen working with files
- The following imports from
__future__are mandatory in every python file:
Please refer to this cheat sheet to learn how to write different constructs compatible with Python 2 and 3.
Code of conduct¶
rasa NLU adheres to the Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct. By participating, you are expected to uphold this code.
Everything should be properly documented. To locally test the documentation you need to install
brew install sphinx pip install sphinx_rtd_theme
After that, you can compile and view the documentation using:
cd docs make html cd _build/html python -m SimpleHTTPServer 8000 . # python 3: python -m http.server
The documentation will be running on http://localhost:8000/.
Code snippets that are part of the documentation can be tested using