4 examples of 'python get arguments from shell' in Python

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19def Shell(*args, **kwargs):
20 pass
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11def _run_shell(env, args):
12 return env.run_shell()
850def get_arglist(self, objtxt):
851 """Get func/method argument list"""
852 raise NotImplementedError
10def get_args():
11 argv = sys.argv
12 if len(argv) > 3 or len(argv) <= 1:
13 print 'error: too many or too few options!'
14 print 'usage: %s %s' % (argv[0], ' install|uninstall [--prefix=INSTALL_PATH]')
15 sys.exit(0)
16
17 action = ''
18 install_root = ''
19
20 for arg in argv[1:]:
21 if arg == 'install':
22 action = 'install'
23 elif arg == 'uninstall':
24 action = 'uninstall'
25 elif arg.find('--prefix=') == 0:
26 install_root = os.path.expanduser(arg[arg.rindex('=')+1:]) + '/buildc'
27 else:
28 print 'error: unsupport option: %s' % arg
29 print 'usage: %s %s' % (argv[0], ' install|uninstall [--prefix=INSTALL_PATH]')
30
31 if action == '':
32 print 'usage: %s %s' % (argv[0], ' install|uninstall [--prefix=INSTALL_PATH]')
33
34 if install_root == '':
35 install_root = DEFAULT_INSTALL_ROOT
36
37 return action, install_root

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