Algis Kabaila akabaila at
Thu Nov 5 06:44:39 GMT 2009


I would like to make my Python programs to be syntactically of the standard 
expected in bzr-Explorer. Pylint shows the lack of compliance of my scripts 
with PEP 08 (?).  Some results from pylint show just lax programming style  
(viz two letter variable names), others are arise because of my endavour to 
use variable names that resemble usual symbols of the structural theory, viz. 
stiffness matrix of an element is k, stiffness matrix of a structure is K 
subscript s in theory texts; in program I use k for the first and Ks for the 
second.  Ks causes a double complaint by pylint - too short a variable and a 
capital letter.  In addition, I have the habit of using camelCase, which I 
should (will) chage to camel_case.  

I woul like to comply in my project with the accepted standards wrt Python 
syntax, if they exist, for projects related to Bazaar.

Are there templates for configuring pylint? Any suggestions?

Algis Kabaila, MEngSc, PhD(Eng)

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