Working on Pyqt4, how to suppress sonarqube rule in a particular case?

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asked Mar 16, 2016 by pna9110roeth (510 points)
I want to suppress "Method names should comply with naming convention" rule in my python code, but only in case when I'm overriding method from Qt class.

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answered Mar 23, 2016 by V5116 (380 points)

This completely suppresses the given warning.
In Source You can suppress lint issues directly in the source code. A good reference is here Suppressing Lint Warnings - Android Tools Project Site
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answered Apr 8, 2016 by MinkinScrews (190 points)
Just experienced this
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commented Apr 9, 2016 by Quittner (270 points)
However, these will only be used inside Studio itself
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answered Apr 14, 2016 by vg1908 (250 points)
I had this same problem and was having no luck with the suggested fixes
Please check this answer for a deeper explanation
commented Apr 14, 2016 by the_kempi (150 points)
I had this exact same problem with no helpful errors
commented Apr 15, 2016 by baldomero (670 points)
This article sounds promising. Normally each file is associated with one repository
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answered Apr 23, 2016 by Trghang (660 points)
It has been a long time but you may read this Supressing SonarQube warnings in equals() and hashCode()
Hope it help you too
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answered Jun 2, 2016 by Hruby (590 points)
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