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Introducing Python Support

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We’re thrilled to introduce Python support, our new feature

We’re very excited to be introducing Python support to our collection of already supported programming languages.

We’ve added Pylint which runs on every commit and provides you python analysis results.

Python support comes after the interest of many users and big companies that we are very proud to have on board.

Our execution of Pylint was designed to only show you the most relevant results which was a result of research and working with some of our users.

Another code pattern

PyLint is a brilliant tool but behaves as a code pattern that you can apply to your project.

We’re now counting with 16 code patterns that vary from CSS to Javascript and Python.
We’re also becoming fast at delivering them to you.

We’d love to hear what hurts you: team@codacy.com

Join us today!


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