[Chicago] Python Code Beautifiers

Kevin Harriss special.kevin at gmail.com
Tue Nov 11 18:52:26 CET 2008


Check out PyLint[1] I hear it is really good.  There is also
PyChecker[2].  I haven't used either yet but have been meaning to give
PyLint a try.

[1] http://www.logilab.org/857
[2] http://pychecker.sourceforge.net/


On Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 11:49 AM, Samir Faci <samir.list at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
>    I've been sort of lurking around for a while, and just started to get a
> bit more active with python.  Now, I know that python is just beautiful and
> we all love how pretty it looks, especially compared to some other languages
> *cough* perl *cough*.  That being said, I was wondering if anyone knew of
> any code beautifiers for python.
> The ones I've been able to find have limited functionality.  ie reindent.py
> to fix your tabbing, and PythonTidy which I think may do what I want, but
> for some reason has no config file, aside from editing the .py file.
> Just looking for something like uncrustify for c++/java, where I can specify
> a format, as far as how I want my function definitions to look like, my if,
> else, etc to look like and allow my beautifier to traverse a list of .py
> files and generate a prettier version of the .py file.
> Any suggestions would be appreciated, if anyone has used any.
> --
> Samir
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