There are some occurrences in my code where I do not want DeepSource to raise issues. What should I do?
There are a couple of ways to do that.
skipcq in source code
skipcq as a comment with the issue’s short-code at the end of the line, or one the line above it to silence the issue.
More details here - https://deepsource.io/docs/how-to/silence-issues.html#silencing-a-specific-issue
Ignore issue for a specific file pattern or across the repository from the dashboard.
Adding onto @jai’s answer, if you believe that DeepSource is raising an error when it shouldn’t raise one – you can use the “Ignore…” button on the issue and select “This is a false positive.”. This will let the team know of your feedback. In most cases, we are able to resolve issues within a week. In any case, an engineer from DeepSource would get in touch and let you know about it.
I have such code:
message = item_meta.message.format( obj_name=getattr(obj, item_meta.title_field) )
This raises PTC-W0034 (unnecessary use of getattr). I tried putting
skipcq pragma both before that lines and on logical end of line - ater closing bracket - this does not work, the issue is still reported. Am I doing something wrong?
skipcq should be on the same line where the issue is raised.
This would work for you:
message = item_meta.message.format( obj_name=getattr(obj, item_meta.title_field) #skipcq: PTC-W0034 )
Thanks, I thought most code analyzers for Python are ast-based nowadays.