"Compile time" checking?
russandheather at gmail.com
Wed Aug 10 21:01:01 CEST 2005
> Why not just find out, by trying to compile it? :-)
This will likely certify me as a python newbie, but... how do you mean?
How do you compile a .py file?
If you mean to .pyc by doing an import on it, that may work fine for
the simple example I typed up earlier, but that is easy to bypass by
slapping the offending line in a function. The sample below also
passes PyChecker with not even a warning:
print "bogus test function",a,b,c
tester(1,2) #still no error here
Do you mean something different?
Also - thanks for the pylint comment... haven't tried it yet. It would
be nice to have the capability in an IDE like SPE, though.
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