Find common bugs in Python source code
PyChecker is a tool for finding common bugs in Python source code. It finds
problems that are typically caught by a compiler (or lint) for less dynamic
languages, like C and C++. Common errors that can be found include forgetting
to import a module, misspelling a variable, passing the wrong number of
parameters to a function/method, and not using a module/variable.
PyChecker is a tool for finding bugs in python source code.
It finds problems that are typically caught by a compiler for less
dynamic languages, like C and C++. It is similar to lint.
Because of the dynamic nature of python, some warnings
may be incorrect; however, spurious warnings should be fairly infrequent.
PyChecker works in a combination of ways. First, it imports each
module. If there
Version 0.8.17 - 3 February 2006
* Fix spurious warning for Statement with no effect using bit shifts
* Add -#/--limit command line option to set the max # of warnings to show
* Remove broken command line options: -e/--errors, --complexity
* Add -e/--level command line options which allows the error level
to be specified: error, security, warning, unused, deprecated, style.
Goals for next minor release:
* Check for "if s.find(str):" s/b "if s.find(str) >= 0:" where s is a string
* Add warning for: x % x is always 0
* Add warning when using listcomp variable (x) outside of [... for x in ...]
* Add warning for import overriding builtin (from os import *)
* Add warning if defining a module name that's also in the stdlib
* Add decorator so y
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