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Pycodestyle.nvim Alternatives

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pycodestyle.nvim reviews and mentions

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  • Why aren't there more plugins written in python?
    5 projects | /r/neovim | 10 Sep 2022
    With that said, there is still a use for remote plugins: if you really need a libraries from that ecosystem, and you would have those libraries anyway, then there is no harm done. I have a plugin called pycodestyle.nvim which makes your Pycodestyle linter configuration available in Neovim. That way I can use my linter settings as my editor settings per project, no need to keep separate settings in sync. If I want to use that plugin I need Pycodestyle installed anyway, and if Pycodestyle is not available to plugin stays dormant.
  • Why Rust ?
    7 projects | /r/neovim | 31 Jul 2022
    Not really. There is exactly one legitimate use case for writing plugins in something other than Lua or Vim script: if you want to use libraries written in that language. For example, I have a plugin named pycodestyle.nvim which is written in Python because it uses the Pycodestyle library to figure out the user's linter configuration. If I wanted to do it in Lua I would basically have to re-implement a major part of Pycodestyle myself, which would be a pointless waste of time. And people who use that plugin already have Pycodestyle installed anyway, so it's not an extra dependency.
  • [plugin] pycodestyle.nvim
    3 projects | /r/neovim | 31 Aug 2021
    Link. When I write Python I usually have pycodestyle as my linter, and this got me thinking: If I already have a linter configuration for a project, why not just use the linter configuration as my editor configuration as well? The linter configuration is useful to others even if they use a different editor and I don't have to duplicate it in a local vimrc or editorconfig file. I can just use what I already have.
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