I don't see any committer that is active on the Prospector project, I'm I
If yes, is there any plan to maintain this project?
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I'm writing pyside2 code, using the QAbstractItemModel class. I've
subclassed setData. The pyside2 doc says to explicitly emit the changedData
signal if this is done.
QAbstractItemModel — Qt for Python
pylint does not see the emit() method and the error needs to be suppressed:
self.dataChanged.emit(index, index) # pylint: disable=E1101
"message": "Method 'dataChanged' has no 'emit' member",
In a message with pyside2 support, they think the emit() member should be
findable, being written here
Is this an artifact of the python/c++ nature of the pyside implementation?
I was running pylint (2.6.0) in VS Code against a module, the code was
if (amt := self._data[index.row()][index.column()]) \
and float(amt) < 0.0:
I got the above error and had to change it to the below to clear the error.
amt = self._data[index.row()][index.column()]
if amt and float(amt) < 0.0:
I had thought the walrus was implemented to foster this style of code.
I have the following function:
def _convert_auto(self, value):
if value.args or value.kwds or value.value is _auto_null:
if source_len < target_len :
prev_values = 
gnv = self._generate_next_value
values = gnv(key, self._start, len(self._member_names), prev_values, *values)
values = gnv(key, self._start, len(self._member_names), prev_values)
Towards the bottom there are two calls that both start with
values = gnv(key, self._start, ...
The variable `key` does not exist -- is PyFlakes supposed to catch that?
First, thanks for all your time and effort.
Guys like me, which aren't professional programmers, would produce
spaghetti code for ever without YOU!
I just started using Pyflakes and got a lot of warnings in respect to
"main.py:168:20 're' may be undefined, or defined from star imports:
the specific line contains
"re.search("Byte Array", self.getFormat(), re.I)"
In this case Pyflakes warns about the built-in regex operation re.search.
And in my case this are many code lines.
Therefore I'd like to have a switch to ignore this warning or maybe
Pyflakes can recognize the built-in regex operations?
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Firstly, thank you for the awesome work.
Currently I’m using pre-commit with black, isort and another small hooks.
What the preferable way to integrate pylint (in terms of workflow) in my use-case?
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