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Always ignore #noqa lines with flake8.

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By default, flake8 ignores # NOQA directives for some PEP8 errors.

See https://gitlab.com/pycqa/flake8/issues/21

This flake8 plugin makes it respect them.

Installation

Simply:

$ pip install flake8-respect-noqa

Usage

It is enabled by default as soon as it is installed. Check that flake8 finds it:

$ flake8 --version

2.4.1 (pep8: 1.5.7, flake8-respect-noqa: 0.2, mccabe: 0.3.1, pyflakes: 0.8.1) CPython 2.7.6 on Linux

However, to get it to work, you currently need to run flake8 with --jobs=1 or put jobs = 1 in your [flake8] configuration, otherwise flake8 uses its own ‘reporter’, which trumps the customizations this extension attempts to make.

See https://gitlab.com/pycqa/flake8/issues/66

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