It used to be there, now I can't find it. Is that feature discontinued?
The manual at pydev.org refers to the menu Pydev Extensions inside the Pydev preferences menu, and with the new Pydev (1.5.7) it seems that menu is not there, at least for me.
I appreciate any help.
The new location for that menu is window > preferences > pydev > editor > code analysis.
Note that only files under a source folder will be analyzed.
Thanks so much for the prompt response. But I still can't find it!
Inside window > preferences > pydev > editor I don't have code analysis. Instead I have these:
None of those submenus will show the code analysis option. I only find the Pylint option under > preferences > Pydev > Pylint but thats not what I wanted… And I can't find code analysis anywhere else in the preferences menus.
Is it a bug? I'm running Pydev 220.127.116.110050621, with a Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) OS.
Ok, just added the Pydev nightly repository and installed 1.5.8 and voilá, code analysis is there!
It wasn't there on the non-nightly latest stable Pydev 1.5.7!
But now I am complete! Thank you!
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