I have the following in the project root for my .pylintrc:
[FORMAT] # Maximum number of characters on a single line. max-line-length=1000 # String used as indentation unit. This is usually " " (4 spaces) or "t" (1 # tab). # Use 2 spaces consistent with TensorFlow style. indent-string=' '
I am using
elpy and while I see my syntax checker is correctly recognized as my project’s
flake8 binary within its environment, the
.pylintrc is not being picked up, with the result that long lines and indents are still being highlighted.
How can I tell elpy/flymake/flake8/flycheck to recognize my directory local .pylintrc in my project?