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re: Thanks, Jason! I'll definitely look into PyLint. Any advice on Python IDE? I mostly use vim in my C++ projects, though.
 

My Python IDE of choice is JetBrains' PyCharm. It is absolutely amazing, and has a community edition as well. It is somewhat heavyweight (memory, CPU) but the benefits in terms of code intelligence (auto-completion, warnings, automatic fixes) and refactoring tools are amazing.

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