John J. Lee jjl at pobox.com
Sun Mar 26 00:22:58 CET 2006

aleaxit at yahoo.com (Alex Martelli) writes:
> you should be using pychecker or pylint

I'm curious, as somebody who doesn't regularly use these tools: How do
they fit into your workflow?  Do you run them every few hours, every
day, every time you run functional tests, every release, every so
often, on gut feeling about when it's likely to catch problems...?

How do you cope with spurious warnings?  Does it involve tweaking code
to quell warnings?  Keeping suppression lists?  Maintaining special
invocations of pychecker / pylint per-project?  Do they cope well with
other people's code who do not use these tools?


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