'cannot find reference' warning due to dynamic dispatch
Calls to numpy's random.normal() method causes PyCharm to report a 'cannot find reference' warning because normal is dynamically dispatched at runtime:
import numpy as np
X = np.random.normal(0, 1, n)
I do not wish to disable all 'cannot find reference' warnings, even if that is possible, because such warnings are usually something I want to know about. Is there some elegant Way to satisfy PyCharm so that it does not report this as a warning?
You can press Alt-Enter on the "unresolved reference" message and select "Ignore unresolved reference 'normal'".
Dmitry Jemerov, Chief Technology Officer, JetBrains
That works. Thanks.
i want to try using GIT
Checkout as new branch that also creates the branch remotely and sets tracking accordingly (git)
Build #182 (Apr/23/2015 5:01PM)