* Steve D'Aprano <steve+pyt...@pearwood.info> [160920 16:29]:
> On Wed, 21 Sep 2016 01:41 am, Tim Johnson wrote:
> > Not to confuse idiomatic code validation with pep8 validation (I use
> > elpy on emacs)
> > Is there such a thing as a validator for _idiomatic_ code?
> Yes, it is called a linter. There are various linters available:
> pylint, pychecker, jedi, flake
> there may be others. Depending on how good the linter is, they will do
> things like flag unused arguments, dead code, use of deprecated features,
> and so forth. Some of them may be very opinionated, e.g. flag uses of map()
> as unidiomatic and recommend a list comprehension instead. Whether you
> agree with that opinion or not is up to you.
Sorry. Should have added this: It might be useful for me to use a more
"opinionated" linter outside of my "IDE".
> “Cheer up,” they said, “things could be worse.” So I cheered up, and sure
> enough, things got worse.
:) Again. Sorry!