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Run pylint recursively on all py files in current and sub directories

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A simple pylint application that scans the current directory and any sub-directories recursively, then runs pylint on all discovered .py files.

Dependencies

Installation

Preferred installation method:

pip install pylint_runner

From source:

python setup.py install

When installed, this will create an executable pylint_runner, pylint_runner#, and pylint_runner#.# where the first # represents the major version of Python (2 or 3) and the second # represents the minor version of Python. So if installed by Python 2.7, you will have available pylint_runner, pylint_runner2, and pylint_runner2.7 so as to allow usage by however many installed versions of python on the system as pylint is version dependent on its output (due to using the Python AST).

Usage

pylint_runner

Output is standard pylint output. There should be no output if no issues were found.

In case of issues, you should see output similar to:

************* Module foo.bar
C: 24, 0: Missing function docstring (missing-docstring)
************* Module tests.foo_tester
C: 19, 0: Final newline missing (missing-final-newline)
C: 19, 0: Invalid constant name "a" (invalid-name)

Additional Arguments

See the standard help ouput:

pylint_runner -h

Verbose mode

pylint_runner -v

Verbose mode lists all files that were found for testing immediately, along with the pylint output.

This will generate (if run against this repo):

Using pylint 1.6.5 for python 2.7.11
pylint running on the following files:
- pylint_runner/__init__.py
- pylint_runner/main.py
- setup.py
- tests/__init__.py
- tests/test_runner.py
- tests/tests/dummy.py

************* Module tests.test_runner
I:  1, 0: Locally disabling missing-docstring (C0111) (locally-disabled)

rcfile

This allows you to specify a pylintrc file to be used using –rcfile path_to_file.

It may be a relative, or absolute path and defaults to .pylintrc at the current working directory.

It will read the value of ignore from the rcfile and ignore any matching files/folders while building the list of files to pass to python.

It will also pass that rcfile for use by pylint.

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