Simple helper script that scoops up all python modules and scripts beneath the current directory, and passes them through pylint and pycodestyle. Has a bit of smarts to ignore .git directory, and handle files that don't end in .py
The point is that you can just fire off 'check-pylint' in any directory containing python code and get a quick report.
To install, just symlink 'check-pylint' somewhere into your $PATH
To change the pep8/pylint config, put a config file in a standard location for each tool, for example
- pycodestyle: ~/.config/pycodestyle
- pylint: ~/.config/pylintrc