On 18 septembre 23:17, Johan Dahlin wrote:
Indeed the pylint quality is definitly not speed :) Using multiprocessing sounds
> I'm Johan and I'm working on a python based ERP for the brazilian
> market, it's written in Python. As part of our software development
> process we run pyflakes/pep8/pylint/unittests/coverage validation _before_
> each commit can be integrated into the mainline.
> The main bottleneck of this validation turns out to be pylint and I started
> to investigate on how to use multiprocessing to speed that up.
like a neat idea though.
Would you submit a pull-request on bitbucket  so we may discuss about your
> Overall I think this is pretty positive for my use case, the total time of
> running the validation steps went down from 7.5 minutes to 5.5 minutes or
> so. The other parts of the validation can also be split out over different
> processes, but that's for another time.
patch there? I'm definitly interested in having such feature, so I'll help you
having it in a shape that may be integrated (no time guarantee though ;)