Links handled by command line parsers

The Python analyzer fulfills the call-links handled by the plac framework that facilitates the manipulation of command line arguments of Python scripts.

Example of call from plac module

class Interface():
    commands = ['Method2']

    def Method1(self):
        pass

    def Method2(self):
        pass

if __name__ == '__main__':
    plac.Interpreter.call(Interface)

In this example, the "script" character of the source file is followed by the presence of the "if __name__ == ..." structure. This structure is represented by the analyzer with a Python main object that serves as an entry point for receiving (external) calls. The call handled by plac between plac.Interpreter.call() and Method2 will be modelized as call-link by the Python analyzer as shown below.

CAST Enlighten screenshot of call handled by plac.