Recently, it seems that a new tool, pycodestyle, is used to check style. It underlines every single line not conformant to python style conventions. While this is a great tool, it can often be irritating, especially when doing code golf. I don’t ask to remove it, as it is great to improve python style (and Codingame aims to improve coding skills) but it would probably be better with an option to disable it. (It did not find any in the parameters)
I’m python’s tabber.
Fortunately there is CG Local.
In CG Editor code looks like that:
Press F1 in browser IDE and scroll down to “Language configuration” in popup menu. There are three checkboxes to enable/disable pylint, pydocstyle and pycodestyle.
Ok, thanks for your reply. I have the “Language configuration” line, but clicking it does nothing. Other commands works perfectly (and I just discovered this list of shortcuts, it was really missing me so thanks)
It stopped working after i refreshed the page, indeed. Looks like it’s time to make a bug report.
Thanks for reporting it @caduk
we’ll look into it
language configuration was fixed.
Thanks for considering the issue. I tried to use language configuration from the commands, but it still does not work. Other commands still work perfectly.
Apparently, pycodestyle is now disabled by default, but I can’t get language configuration to work.
actually, you could still access it by right clicking the ide. However, the F1 shortcut didn’t work indeed. This has been fixed.
thank you very much !