[wingide-users] Using PyLint give me an error

Wingware Support support at wingware.com
Tue Jul 15 15:09:26 MDT 2008


I'm trying to reproduce this now. Could you submit a bug report from 
within the IDE (on the Help menu) and include the error-log?  The 
error-log often gives us information about what the issue is.

Thanks,

John

Mike Driscoll wrote:
> Wow! I can't type today...the dialog was titled "Pylint Failed". Sorry 
> about that.
> 
>> John,
>>
>> Looks like this causes a different error. Now I'm seeing a dialog 
>> titled "Pyline Failed" with the following message:
>>
>> Error executing PyLint: Command failed with error=2; stderr:
>>
>> Here is what was in the "Messages" tab at the bottom of Wing:
>>
>> Loading script directory C:\Documents and Settings\mld\Application 
>> Data\Wing IDE 3\scripts
>> Loading script directory C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 3.1\scripts
>> Skipping module cvs from C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 3.1\scripts\cvs.py 
>> (_ignore_scripts is set)
>> Skipping module example from C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 
>> 3.1\scripts\example.py (_ignore_scripts is set)
>> Skipping module perforce from C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 
>> 3.1\scripts\perforce.py (_ignore_scripts is set)
>> Skipping module svn from C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 3.1\scripts\svn.py 
>> (_ignore_scripts is set)
>> Skipping directory templates (not a package)
>> Skipping module templating from C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 
>> 3.1\scripts\templating.py (_ignore_scripts is set)
>> Loading script directory C:\Documents and Settings\mld\Application 
>> Data\Wing IDE 3\scripts
>> Loading script directory C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 3.1\scripts
>> Skipping module cvs from C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 3.1\scripts\cvs.py 
>> (_ignore_scripts is set)
>> Skipping module example from C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 
>> 3.1\scripts\example.py (_ignore_scripts is set)
>> Skipping module perforce from C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 
>> 3.1\scripts\perforce.py (_ignore_scripts is set)
>> Skipping module svn from C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 3.1\scripts\svn.py 
>> (_ignore_scripts is set)
>> Skipping directory templates (not a package)
>> Skipping module templating from C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 
>> 3.1\scripts\templating.py (_ignore_scripts is set)
>> Loading script directory C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 3.1\scripts
>> Skipping module cvs from C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 3.1\scripts\cvs.py 
>> (_ignore_scripts is set)
>> Skipping module example from C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 
>> 3.1\scripts\example.py (_ignore_scripts is set)
>> Skipping module perforce from C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 
>> 3.1\scripts\perforce.py (_ignore_scripts is set)
>> Skipping module svn from C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 3.1\scripts\svn.py 
>> (_ignore_scripts is set)
>> Skipping directory templates (not a package)
>> Skipping module templating from C:\Program Files\Wing IDE 
>> 3.1\scripts\templating.py (_ignore_scripts is set)
>>
>>
>>
>> I think I forgot to mention that I am using PyLint 0.14.0 last time. 
>> Hopefully that's the right version to use.
>>
>> Mike
>>
>>
>>> Mike Driscoll wrote:
>>>> I just installed PyLint so I could try it from within the Wing IDE 
>>>> debugger, but I am getting a traceback when I run it. Hopefully one 
>>>> of you knowledgeable souls will know what's going on. The Messages 
>>>> tab had the following in it:
>>>
>>> Oops, this is due to a bug in Wing.  I've released a patch for it 
>>> that you can download via Check for Updates on the Help menu.
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>>
>>> John
>>
>>
>>
>> </div>
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