I've released a new version of PyChecker, the source code checking tool.
The most notable change is support for .pycheckrc file to specify your own defaults. There were also a few new warnings added and some bug fixes.
Here's the CHANGELOG:
* Add .pycheckrc file processing to specify options (like on command line) * Add new warning if module.Attribute doesn't exist * Add new warning: Module (%s) re-imported locally * Add glob'ing support for windows * Handle apply(BaseClass.__init__(self, args)) * Fix command line handling so you can pass module, package, or filename * Fix **kwArgs warning if named parameter is not first * Don't exit from checker when import checker from interpreter