This package used to be called pep8 but was renamed to pycodestyle to reduce confusion. Further discussion can be found in the issue where Guido requested this change, or in the lightning talk at PyCon 2016 by @IanLee1521: slides video.
Python style guide checker
pep8 is a tool to check your Python code against some of the style conventions in PEP 8.
Created by Johann C. Rocholl.
Maintained by Florent Xicluna and Ian Lee.
pep8 library is provided under the terms and conditions of the
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