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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 2.5.0, Package name: py27-codestyle-2.5.0, Maintainer: wenheping

pycodestyle is a tool to check your Python code against some of
the style conventions in PEP 8.


Required to run:
[devel/py-setuptools] [lang/python27]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: 8d25df191e57d6602bc8ccaf6f6d4f84181301d6
RMD160: aa9a73b35c6bd921be4eb8c3a5bcd3cd09e20fd8
Filesize: 96.486 KB

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   2019-01-30 23:44:53 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-codestyle: updated to 2.5.0

2.5.0:

New checks:
* E117: Over-indented code blocks
* W505: Maximum doc-string length only when configured with --max-doc-length

Changes:
* Remove support for EOL Python 2.6 and 3.3.
* Add E117 error for over-indented code blocks.
* Allow W605 to be silenced by # noqa and fix the position reported by W605
* Allow users to omit blank lines around one-liner definitions of classes and
  functions
* Include the function return annotation (->) as requiring surrounding
  whitespace only on Python 3
* Verify that only names can follow await. Previously we allowed numbers
  and strings.
* Add support for Python 3.7
* Fix detection of annotated argument defaults for E252
* Cprrect the position reported by W504
   2018-04-11 15:24:02 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-codestyle: updated to 2.4.0

2.4.0 (2018-04-10)
New checks:
Add W504 warning for checking that a break doesn’t happen after a binary \ 
operator. This check is ignored by default.
Add W605 warning for invalid escape sequences in string literals.
Add W606 warning for ‘async’ and ‘await’ reserved keywords being \ 
introduced in Python 3.7.
Add E252 error for missing whitespace around equal sign in type annotated \ 
function arguments with defaults values.

Changes:
An internal bisect search has replaced a linear search in order to improve \ 
efficiency.
pycodestyle now uses PyPI trove classifiers in order to document supported \ 
python versions on PyPI.
‘setup.cfg’ ‘[wheel]’ section has been renamed to ‘[bdist_wheel]’, \ 
as the former is legacy.
pycodestyle now handles very long lines much more efficiently for python 3.2+.
You can now write ‘pycodestyle.StyleGuide(verbose=True)’ instead of \ 
‘pycodestyle.StyleGuide(verbose=True, paths=[‘-v’])’ in order to achieve \ 
verbosity.
The distribution of pycodestyle now includes the license text in order to comply \ 
with open source licenses which require this.
‘maximum_line_length’ now ignores shebang (‘#!’) lines.
Add configuration option for the allowed number of blank lines. It is \ 
implemented as a top level dictionary which can be easily overwritten.

Bugs:
Prevent a ‘DeprecationWarning’, and a ‘SyntaxError’ in future python, \ 
caused by an invalid escape sequence.
Correctly report E501 when the first line of a docstring is too long.
Support variable annotation when variable start by a keyword, such as class \ 
variable type annotations in python 3.6.
pycodestyle internals have been changed in order to allow ‘python3 -m \ 
cProfile’ to report correct metrics.
Fix a spelling mistake in the description of E722.
‘pycodestyle –diff’ now does not break if your ‘gitconfig’ enables \ 
‘mnemonicprefix’.
   2017-07-31 00:32:28 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (229)
Log message:
Switch github HOMEPAGEs to https.
   2017-05-03 21:29:58 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Changes 2.3.1:
Bugs:
* Fix regression in detection of E302 and E306
   2017-01-03 14:23:05 by Jonathan Perkin | Files touched by this commit (52)
Log message:
Use "${MV} || ${TRUE}" and "${RM} -f" consistently in \ 
post-install targets.
   2016-09-30 12:36:13 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (5)
Log message:
Import py-codestyle-2.0.0 as devel/py-codestyle.

This is the successor of py-pep8.

pycodestyle is a tool to check your Python code against some of
the style conventions in PEP 8.