Compile without execute for syntax check?
aahz at netcom.com
Tue Mar 14 00:39:45 CET 2000
In article <8a3437$er1$1 at newsserver.rrzn.uni-hannover.de>,
Bernhard Reiter <breiter at usf.Uni-Osnabrueck.DE> wrote:
>The python interpreter in the non inspecting mode(default) finds
>some python syntax errors directly before running the code.
>Call me old fashioned, but the documentation is not clear about how
>to use this build-in syntax check on scripts without executing them.
>Nothing in the FAQ ether.
See FAQ entry 4.49, sort of. What that doesn't tell you is that simply
doing an import of a module will produce the .pyc (and incidentally
perform the syntax check you request). I may write a FAQ entry
explaining this in a bit more detail.
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