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Re: working pylint anyone?

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Which version of python-logilab-common and python-logilab-astng are
installed on your machine ?
By now, pylint 0.14 with logilab.common 0.27 and astng 0.17.2

I was able to track down the problem as being related to a custom init-hook.

See the attached .pylintrc + hook. They don't actually *do* anything (or,
the hook that is), but confuse pylint to spit out the reported error. Maybe
you can track down the real reason for the error?
>
I don't know where you checked, but there is some traffic on the
mailing list,
and questions generally get answered :-)

On the website, I found this link:

http://www.logilab.org/mailinglist/850

through the search.
Diez

Jul 31 '08 #1
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On Jul 31, 2:39*pm, "Diez B. Roggisch" <de...@nospam.web.dewrote:
Which version of python-logilab-common and python-logilab-astng are
installed on your machine ?

By now, pylint 0.14 with logilab.common 0.27 and astng 0.17.2

I was able to track down the problem as being related to a custom init-hook.

See the attached .pylintrc + hook. They don't actually *do* anything (or,
the hook that is), but confuse pylint to spit out the reported error. Maybe
you can track down the real reason for the error?
Congratulation ! you've found a pylint bug (or more likely a logilab-
common bug
in our wrapper of optparse/optik) :-/

I have added it to our tracker (http://www.logilab.org/ticket/5677)
and it
should be fixed in the next release of pylint or logilab-common.
I don't know where you checked, but there is some traffic on the
mailing list,
and questions generally get answered :-)

On the website, I found this link:

http://www.logilab.org/mailinglist/850

through the search.
Ouch, this is actually a nasty bug on our site. I'm going to see what
I can do about it. In the meantime, you may consider subscribing
directly from http://lists.logilab.org/mailman/lis...ython-projects

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