[Python-Dev] pychecker on 2.2 current
Wed, 05 Dec 2001 21:50:24 -0500
Guido van Rossum wrote:
> > > But isn't that because the new code is all at the module-global level,
> > > which pychecker doesn't "see"? Or have you fixed that yet?
> > pychecker does "see" all code at the module level,
> I stand corrected. I think this was the case for an older version?
Yes, you are correct it was the case a while ago.
BTW, same is true for code at the class scope,
ie, it used to be missed, but it is checked now.
> > but it isn't perfect. If there is code like:
> > import sys
> > if sys.platform == 'win32':
> > def x(a, b): pass
> > else:
> > def x(a): pass
> > The following incorrect warning is produced:
> > t2.py:5: Redefining attribute (x) original line (3)
> > Because both versions of the function x() are seen.
> Hm, I would call that warning correct. :-)