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README for PyLint
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Dependencies
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Pylint requires the logilab-astng (version >= 0.21.0), logilab-common
(version >= 0.53).

* http://www.logilab.org/projects/astng
* http://www.logilab.org/projects/common

Install
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From the source distribution, extract the tarball and run ::

    python setup.py install

You'll have to install dependencies in a similar way. For debian and
rpm packages, use your usual tools according to your Linux distribution.

More information about installation and available distribution format
may be found in the user manual in the *doc* subdirectory.

Documentation
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Look in the doc/ subdirectory or at the project home page
http://www.logilab.org/project/pylint

Pylint is shipped with following additional commands:

* pyreverse: an UML diagram generator
* symilar: an independent similarities checker
* epylint: Emacs and Flymake compatible Pylint
* pylint-gui: a graphical interface

Comments, support, bug reports
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Project page and tracker on :
http://www.logilab.org/project/pylint

Use the python-projects@logilab.org mailing list.
You can subscribe to this mailing list at
http://lists.logilab.org/mailman/listinfo/python-projects

Archives are available at
http://lists.logilab.org/pipermail/python-projects/

Contributors
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order doesn't matter...

* Sylvain Thenault: main author / maintainer
* Alexandre Fayolle: TkInter gui, documentation, debian support
* Emile Anclin: used to maintain, py3k support
* Mads Kiilerich: various patches
* Torsten Marek, various patches
* Boris Feld, various patches
* Brian van den Broek: windows installation documentation
* Amaury Forgeot d'Arc: patch to check names imported from a module
  exists in the module
* Benjamin Niemann: patch to allow block level enabling/disabling of messages
* Nathaniel Manista: suspicious lambda checking
* Wolfgang Grafen, Axel Muller, Fabio Zadrozny, Pierre Rouleau,
  Maarten ter Huurne, Mirko Friedenhagen (among others):
  bug reports, feedback, feature requests...
* Martin Pool (Google): warnings for anomalous backslashes, symbolic names
  for messages (like 'unused')
* All the Logilab's team: daily use, bug reports, feature requests
* Other people have contributed by their feedback, if I've forgotten
  you, send me a note !