Messages from code analysis tools (was: Using map())
ben+python at benfinney.id.au
Mon Nov 17 02:21:06 CET 2014
Ned Batchelder <ned at nedbatchelder.com> writes:
> Pylint isn't useful until you've tailored the messages.
> The pylint message that always irked me was:
> W0142: Used * or ** magic
> "magic"? They're features of the language!
It's a warning, because the use of that feature clobbers the static code
inspection you've asked for. PyLint is warning you “because the code
uses this feature, I can't say anything about undefined names”.
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