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Make conan_data visible to pylint #5337

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@uilianries uilianries commented Jun 11, 2019

Since Conan 1.16.0 we are able to add a data file called conandata.yml, which can be retrieved by self.conan_data in our recipe. However, that member is lazy and Conan's linter detects it as non-member before exporting.

Changelog: Fix: Make conan_data visible to pylint (#5327)
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fixes #5327

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uilianries added 2 commits Jun 11, 2019
- Add functional test which include conandata.yml

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@memsharded memsharded self-assigned this Jun 11, 2019
@memsharded memsharded added this to the 1.17 milestone Jun 11, 2019
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@uilianries uilianries changed the title Ignore linter warning for conan_data Make conan_data visible to pylint Jun 11, 2019
@memsharded memsharded merged commit 10028d9 into conan-io:develop Jun 11, 2019
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