On 23.09.2016 14:12, Jan Cholasta wrote:
On 23.9.2016 13:23, Standa Laznicka wrote:
On 09/23/2016 07:28 AM, Jan Cholasta wrote:
On 22.9.2016 16:39, Martin Basti wrote:
In 4.5, I would like to remove all unused variables from code and
pylint check. Due to big amount of unused variables in the code this
will be longterm effort.
* better code readability
* removing dead code
* unused variable may uncover potential bug
It is clear what to do with unused assignments, but I need an
what to do with unpacking or iteration with unused variables
for name, surname, gender in (('Martin', 'Basti', 'M'), ):
name, surname, gender = user['mbasti']
Where 'surname' is unused
Pylint will detect surname as unused variable and we have to agree
way how to tell pylint that this variable is unused on purpose:
surname, # pylint: disable=unused-variable
) = user['mbasti']
I dont like this approach
Use defined keyword: 'dummy' is default in pylint, we can set our own,
like ignored, unused
name, dummy, gender = user['mbasti']
-1, not visible enough.
use a prefix for unused variables: '_' or 'ignore_'
name, _surname, gender = user['mbasti']
This. We have already been using it in new code for quite some time,
and it's common in other Python projects too. Don't reinvent the wheel.
we can combine all :)
For me the best is to have prefix '_' and 'dummy' keyword
Use '_dummy', it's both :-)
+1. I would rather use _meh as it's easier to type but perhaps not that
self-explanatory and not established at all, so _dummy is just fine :)
What I'm actually suggesting is that any local variable with "_"
prefix should be considered unused, so _meh would be fine as well.
+1 regexp '_.+' works for me
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