First I'd like to thank you for all the effort you've done for the Python
I'd like to share with you my concerns regarding Baron & Redbaron libraries
It is important to note that these libraries are very important for the
community, as they allow to implement code formatters and linters with
ease. I and others have created pull requests and submitted bugs with the
hope that they would be merged or at least considered. We then realized
that the maintainer, which I have no complaints about, is not supporting
the library for a long time.
I'd like to offer myself as a co-maintainer for these libraries as I have a
closer relationship with them. My company develops many open source
libraries, and much more to come. Some of them are Code-Quality related (
https://github.com/Intsights/flake8-intsights). We are developing a
formatter to offer an alternative to "black" and "yapf", which depends on
Baron&Redbaron, and I'm sure we will do a great job maintaining these
I forgot to mention that I've tried to reach Psychojoker(their maintainer)
with no response.
Thanks a lot!
*Gal Ben David | Co-Founder & CTO*
*Tel: +972-52-4593004 <%2B972-52-4593004>*
I reported a problem with PyLint not knowing that __doc__ is indeed an
attribute of a function. So I tried to go through and find out where
PyLint makes that determination, between its own code and Astroid code.
Is there a roadmap showing where to look for the determination that a
particular member is present in a function?
I want to develop a patch to fix my problem, I do.
Dear code-quality people,
I upgraded to Python 3.8 for my company projects and now people are
starting to use the walrus operator.
As you may already know, the pyflakes release is blocked for 8+ months
which prevent any codebase to be able to use this Python 3.8 new
functionality while keeping its great code-quality tools.
I know that Anthony Sottile <https://github.com/asottile> is doing this
best toprepare a release as soon as possible
In the meantime, does anyone with access to PyPI can add him as a
maintainer of the project so that he can release pyflakes 2.2 ?
I wish you all the best in this weird period for our civilization.
P.S: Please transfer this email to any people you think might help with
the matter. Thank you.