pep8.py on your Python files. Runs
jshint on your
anal-retentive style nazis like me happy, and should (in theory) make
your code look nicer.
This will run checks on any added or modified files according to your vcs's
status command (git or svn at the moment).
check.py models.py tests/
This will run checks on
models.py and any files found recursively in the
Best installed with pip or easy_install so you also get the pyflakes dependency.
The easiest way to get jshint installed is via npm:
npm install -g jshint
This is useful as a git pre-commit hook. For example, this would go in your
#!/bin/sh check.py if [ "$?" -ne "0" ] then echo "Aborting commit. Fix above errors or do 'git commit --no-verify'." exit 1 fi
Make sure your
pre-commit file is executable and that
check.py are on