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twistedchecker warns on methods of inner classes that don't have docstrings #75

glyph opened this Issue Apr 23, 2014 · 0 comments


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glyph commented Apr 23, 2014

If I do this:

def foo():
    a nice docstring
    blub = blub()
    class Bar(object):
        def baz(self):
            return blub
    return Bar()

I should not need to write a docstring for Bar.baz; it's just tedious makework. Our coding standard definitely doesn't require docstrings for callbacks, and methods on inner classes are in the same category of thing.

@glyph glyph closed this in #86 Nov 30, 2014

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