This is not a huge issue, but I do recall previous PyTools versions supported it (with VS 2010 at least).
Just so you know, I am playing with PyTools RC right now using VS 2013 preview..
I've got the following simple model:
from test import *
"""description of class""" # Two spaces before triple quote
a=test() # There is one space before a!
When I run this in a project, I get the following popup:
"One or more files in your project contain errors. Do you want to launch anyway?"
This is great, as it's nice to catch those immediately. However, with larger projects, I have no way to track down where the issue is. I recall when using VS2010 with an older version of PyTools, I saw a little warning/error icon popup in the browser next to
the file where the error was. This doesn't seem to happen anymore. The only efficient way to find the error is to run the code and hope I hit the right code and get a traceback..
Anyway, this isn't a huge deal (to me anyhow), but I wanted to make you guys aware of it. This was a nice feature..
Thanks for the great product!