I had a function
def __valid( self ):
defined that I used in various if/while constructs as
but at one point I wrote
instead, which seems to be equivalent to True. I am not sure how this
will scale up to more complex conditions, i.e.
while self.__valid and self.__proper():
but I guess that should be checkable as well. Seems to me that if a
"callable" occurs in a condition, but no explicit comparison is
performed, that might be worth a warning. Not sure though, maybe I
missed something. Anyway, sure would have saved an hour of looking
if pychecker had found it. :-)
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