Jaromír Mikeš <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Ok. Can I make override for it.
You *can* make an override for any warnings. The warnings are there for
good reasons, though, so you shouldn't ignore them without a good
understanding of why, and an even better reason why the warning doesn't
You should fix the file so that it is described by exactly one of the
* Makes sense to run this file as a command directly from the
command-line: executable permission on, with valid shebang line.
Preferably named without the ‘.py’ suffix.
* Only intended for use for import into a larger program: executable
permission off, no shebang line. Named with ‘.py’ suffix.
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