Hi, I am Hakan Çelik, I am the author of unimport. I thought we could move Unimport to the PyCQA organization and wanted to ask you.
Unimport is a linter, formatter for finding and removing unused import statements.
If you want to review, I leave the address below.
I try to configure pylint so that the naming conventions of Java are avoided e.g. method names with get, set, test or print within the name.
I have set the entry for testing:
But my function
Is not found. So my question is, what is the correct expression to disallow any method which contains get, set, test or print and match the default snake_case definition?
Hi guys, I have a question here (sorry if my lack of practice in English).
I currently working in one of the many projects about covid-19, and I
just deployed a new version for a group of epidemiologists.
To be fair I deployed not once but three times because of two
miss-configuration of setuptools.
- First, I forget to add the internal package arcoviv19.web to include
the web app of the project
- Second, forget to add a line into my MANIFEST.in, so the project
WebClient doesn't work properly.
So, after the fixes, I starting to mock tests to check this kind of
mistake. The idea was quick and dirty but works: I give a path to my
entire source-tree and the
the file generated with "setup.py sdist" must contain the exact same files.
So the question: Some know about a tool that checks this kind of thing/problem?
Juan B Cabral