mark at hahnca.com
Tue Sep 30 06:38:39 CEST 2003
They not only feel no need to document, they also feel no need to follow ANN
threads they start.
"Peter Milliken" <peterm at resmed.com.au> wrote in message
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> I get the same error.
> I tried to find documentation to see whether I was using Pylint correctly
> not but there isn't any. There seems to have been an attempt at providing
> the possible command line options (python pylint.py --help) but I don't
> them particularly self-explanatory - so without documentation and the
> apparent ability to "run out of the box", I guess I'll just have to give
> this one a miss.
> One nice thing that has happened is it has led me to the Optik package
> (Option parsing). There is some nice documentation for this package - the
> author(s) of Pylint could take some direction from this package if they
> really want people to use Pylint (I have a personal hangup with people who
> write good, useful packages and then don't bother documenting them - life
> just too short to read somebody else'e code to get around this deficiency
> :-) I get frustrated however when I think there is something that I could
> taking advantage of but something as simple as the lack of 0.5hr of
> documentation stops me :-( ).
> In the meantime, I'll just have to watch this space :-)
> "Mark Hahn" <mark at hahnca.com> wrote in message
> news:EBkdb.3354$hp5.1305 at fed1read04...
> > > Pylint is a lint-like tool for Python code
> > Does pylint only work for modules? When I tried to run it on my code
> > (ezpicmailer.py) , it raised an exception:
> > No config file found, using default configuration
> > <snip>
> > Exception: Unable to find module for C:\photoedit\ezpicmailer in
> > <snip>
> > and then it gave a long list of modules in my sys.path. It seems to
> > that the argument I give it be a module in sys.path, not just an
> > python code file.
> > ------------------------------------------
> > "Alexandre Fayolle" <Alexandre.Fayolle at logilab.fr> wrote in message
> > news:mailman.1064594507.31702.python-list at python.org...
> > Logilab has released pylint-0.2
> > What's new?
> > -----------
> > In addition to a large number of bug fixes, this release adds two new
> > checkers, for missing encoding declaration, and for FIXME comments. Zope
> > support was improved.
> > About Pylint
> > ------------
> > Pylint is a lint-like tool for Python code. It performs almost all the
> > verifications that pychecker does, and additionally can perform some
> > stylistic verification and coding standard enforcements. The checked
> > code is assigned a mark based on the number and the severity of the
> > encountered problems. The previous mark of a given piece of code is
> > cached so that you can see if the code quality has improved since the
> > last check.
> > URLs
> > ----
> > Homepage: http://www.logilab.org/projects/pylint
> > Download: ftp://ftp.logilab.org/pub/pylint/pylint-0.2.tar.gz
> > --
> > Alexandre Fayolle
> > LOGILAB, Paris (France).
> > http://www.logilab.com http://www.logilab.fr http://www.logilab.org
> > Développement logiciel avancé - Intelligence Artificielle - Formations
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