I've got a question out there for everyone doing Python hacking - does your normal coding cycle include an analysis tool ala Pylint/PyChecker/PyFlakes? Do you just rely on intelligence in your IDE of choise (Wing, Komodo, Eclipse+PyDev)?
Do you feel the need for the analyzers, or do you "discard" them in favor of writing unit tests/doctests first (personally I don't find the two exclude one another) to verify functionality over "correctness".
Which (if any) do you prefer? Do you setup automatic check-in triggers?
Or, do you really take the conformity-to-style-and-rules-correctness to a higher level and auto-pipe checked in code through a PythonTidy?