Python testing tools
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Tue Jul 23 21:11:39 CEST 2013
> Could you please elaborate on the difference of the two? I heard pylint
> does not import your source code when it is analyzing, while pychecker does.
> Does that make some difference? Moreover, do you personally like pylint or
> pycheker and why?
I haven't followed pychecker development for awhile. Pylint seems
more actively maintained, though I could be wrong. The import issue
is one significant difference, important if you are trying to check
scripts which have side effects when imported.
It's not a matter of like or not. I use what works and can easily be
fit into the way I work. Both pylint and pychecker satisfy that
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