commented on issue pyrocko/pyrocko#129
> But what if salami is added at run-time to the module?
pylint check can be disabled in `.pylintrc` or within code:
a = pyrocko.util.salami()
9 months ago
Since guido brought this up in that twitter post: I started using type hints a lot which play super nicely with many IDEs. And mypy. But let's disucss this another time :)
Maybe I don't know about the member test of flake8 though.
> To add another quote by Guido
> > You missed mypy. Simpler docs use markdown, not ReST (Sphinx). Black is overrated unless your team argues over style a lot. **You don't need Pylint if you're…
> Why not train a NN with the current codebase? Should be enough training data.
Well, actually I think there is some plugin that does exactly that. I remember receiving some ad.
I think the level to which the bracked belongs is crystal clear when it is given that extra space.
> `black --line-length=80`:
> descr = [
> - prop.classname_for_help(strip_module=cls.dummy_cls.__module__)]
> + …
descr = [
Can I get your intelli-brain(TM) as plugin for my editor? I hope it's documented.
pyrocko uses (1), I would probably have used (3) as I find it actually quite good to read given the nested nature…
... and if I find it hard to read what black suggested I should probably disassemble the line and come up with a more readable flow.
> I don't know. Maybe there is a "soft" way of…
Let me give you an example (not my code just an example from pyrocko after curiously running black on pyrocko).
I would probably have spent quite some time thinking about which version I would have…
Guilty as charged :)
So, I guess I can close the issue?
The upper looks really strange to me. I wanna say uggly. Now. :)
opened issue pyrocko/pyrocko#129
pushed to marker-table-explicify at pyrocko/pyrocko
12 months ago
opened issue pyrocko/contrib-snufflings#4
1 year ago
commented on issue pyrocko/pyrocko#91
cgi.escape is deprecated (py3) and removed since python3.8.
Resolved in commit #1b3835ab9e
created pull request pyrocko/pyrocko#99
pushed to fix-py38-compatibility at pyrocko/pyrocko