A plugin for flake8 finding likely bugs and design problems in your program. Contains warnings that don't belong in pyflakes and pep8.
A plugin for flake8 finding likely bugs and design problems in your program. Contains warnings that don’t belong in pyflakes and pep8:
bug·bear (bŭg′bâr′) n. 1. A cause of fear, anxiety, or irritation: *Overcrowding is often a bugbear for train commuters.* 2. A difficult or persistent problem: *"One of the major bugbears of traditional AI is the difficulty of programming computers to recognize that different but similar objects are instances of the same type of thing" (Jack Copeland).* 3. A fearsome imaginary creature, especially one evoked to frighten children.
List of warnings
Do not use bare except:, it also catches unexpected events like memory errors, interrupts, system exit, and so on. Prefer except Exception:. If you’re sure what you’re doing, be explicit and write except BaseException:.
python setup.py test
OMG, this is Python 3 only!
Relax, you can run flake8 with all popular plugins as a tool perfectly fine under Python 3.5+ even if you want to analyze Python 2 code. This way you’ll be able to parse all of the new syntax supported on Python 3 but also effectively all the Python 2 syntax at the same time.
By making the code exclusively Python 3.5+, I’m able to focus on the quality of the checks and re-use all the nice features of the new releases (check out pathlib) instead of wasting cycles on Unicode compatiblity, etc.
- packaging herp derp
- bugfix: include tests in the source package (to make setup.py test work for everyone)
- bugfix: explicitly open README.rst in UTF-8 in setup.py for systems with other default encodings
- first published version