A lot of our modules start with:
try: import json except ImportError: from django.utils import simplejson as json # Python 2.4 fallback.
...and it"s the only Pyflakes warning in the entire file:
foo/bar.py:14: redefinition of unused "json" from line 12
How can I get Pyflakes to ignore this?
(Normally I"d go read the docs but the link is broken. If nobody has an answer, I"ll just read the source.)
If you can use flake8 instead - which wraps pyflakes as well as the pep8 checker - a line ending with
(in which the space is significant - 2 spaces between the end of the code and the
#, one between it and the
NOQA text) will tell the checker to ignore any errors on that line.
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