[wingide-users] PyLint Integration Script (Beta 3)
support at wingware.com
Thu Oct 5 07:19:55 MDT 2006
On Thu, 5 Oct 2006, Markus Meyer wrote:
> Hi Peter,
> yes, the script doesn't currently respect any project settings,
> including PYTHONPATH. If anyone knows how this can be done easily, feel
> free to tell me (or, ideally, submit a patch ;)....
Assuming you want to get at the Python Path set for the project
as a whole (and not a particular file via File Properties) then
the magic through-the-formal-API incantation is:
from proj import attribs
ignore, path = wingapi.gApplication.GetAttribute(attribs.kPyPath)[None]
Actually, this uses the scripting API except for the reference to
the path attribute and although very unlikely to change nothing
is set in stone yet with respect to that name or its contents.
If you happen to use $ENV$ environments vars in your path, you
would need to expand those:
from wingutils import textutils
path = textutils.ExpandEnvVariables(path, wingapi.gApplication.GetProject().GetEnvironment())
Yes, we should add API calls to do this!
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