Ok, its working.
Thanks for all the help!

2008/7/23 Marcelo de Sena Lacerda <marceloslacerda@gmail.com>:
Ok its installed. Now, how do I check if pylint is running on eclipse?

2008/7/23 Hannes Brandstätter-Müller <hannes.mueller@gmail.com>:

there is a site-packages directory as a subdirectory of whereever your
python is installed.

hth
Hannes

On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 3:20 PM, Marcelo de Sena Lacerda
<marceloslacerda@gmail.com> wrote:
> What does mean "installed in the site package" in :
> "NOTE: Pylint is disabled by default, so, if you want to activate it, you
> should go to the pylint preferences page, specify its location (it MUST be
> installed in the site-packages) and activate it (note: after activating it,
> you can clean your project on the project menu so that the files are checked
> with pylint, or you can do it on deltas as you go and change your files). "
>
> Thanks for any help.
>
> 2008/7/22 Heikki Toivonen <hjtoi@comcast.net>:
>>
>> Marcelo de Sena Lacerda wrote:
>> > Hi, I'm new to pydev and to CVS and still, I want to help. I have seen
>> > that pydev do not have warning messages for variables that are never
>> > read locally. Well, right now that all I think its missing.
>>
>> I think the functionality you are looking for is provided by the
>> optional pylint integration. Install pylint, then look at Pydev > pylint
>> preferences in Eclipse.
>>
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