I'm running 1.0.6 and pylint 0.11.0
I'm not sure which one tackles this, but
r = ["%02.f" % x for x in somelist]
gives me an undefined variable error on the first 'x'
Hi Brad, that seems like a PyLint bug, so, you should report this to the PyLint guys (the code-analysis in the extensions does that correctly for me).
I do have pydev extensions. Are you saying I should turn off "use pylint"?
I am confused by your statement "the code-analysis in the extensions does that correctly for me".
Well, that's up to you:
You can use the code-analysis from the extensions, the code-analysis from Pylint or both.
But if you want to use only the extensions code-analysis, then, yes, you should turn off 'use pylint'.
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