[anaconda:master 0/3] Using a pointless overrides checker

Chris Lumens clumens at redhat.com
Thu Dec 4 15:20:31 UTC 2014

> I'm so unsophisticated that I always pylint the whole deal.

Oh, I'm not intentionally only running pylint on just a file or two.  If
you've got the git commit hook enabled, however, it will run on just the
files in the commit.  That's how I would be hitting this situation.

> I ran some tests on blivet with the small sample size of 3.
> Results were pretty consistent, and I think they mean that usually the analysis
> would add about 1/5th of a second to the typical 18 second completion time.
> I suspect that something like the same ratio would hold for anaconda, maybe a bit
> better.

So, nothing we'd ever really notice.  Sounds good to me.

- Chris

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