Docstrings considered too complicated

Andreas Waldenburger usenot at geekmail.INVALID
Sat Feb 27 19:10:40 CET 2010


On Sat, 27 Feb 2010 07:29:46 -0800 (PST) John Pinner
<funthyme at gmail.com> wrote:

> A good way to control Python contractors is (given that firstly there
> are functional specifications to comply with, and tests to pass) is to
> impose the following condition:
> 
> that all code delivered must reach a score of (say) 9.5 or more when
> checked by pylint
> 
Now that *is* a good idea. I hadn't thought about that.

But as I said: a) I am (we are) not in a position to impose this (We
don't work with the code, we just run the software). And
b) I wasn't quite serious with this anyway.

But still, I'll keep that in mind.
/W

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