isort enforces the following Python global import order:
from __future__ import ...
- Python standard library
- Third party modules
- Local project imports (absolutely specified)
- Local project imports (relative path, eg:
from .models import Credentials)
Each group should be separated by a blank line.
Within each group, all
import ...statements should be before
from ... import ....
After that, sort alphabetically by module name.
When importing multiple items from one module, use this style:
from django.db import (models, transaction)
The quickest way to correct import style locally is to let isort make the changes for you - see running the tests.
Note: It’s not possible to disable isort wrapping style checking, so for now we’ve chosen the most deterministic wrapping mode to reduce the line length guess-work when adding imports, even though it’s not the most concise.