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Get neomake to recognize python and gcc location

I installed the latest versions of Python and GCC/G++ in alternative locations. I am using SpaceVim. I think SpaceVim is using neomake as the default. I want to know how you can configure neomake to ...
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How do I setup Mypy with Neomake

I'm trying to use Mypy with Neomake, but without success. I am currently using flake8 with Neomake, and it works seamlessly, e.g.: def foo(bar): return 1 foo(1) > E305 expected 2 blank lines ...
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Configure Neomake to use gcc for C files and g++ for C++ files

I would like to use gcc and g++ instead of clang and clang++ with Neomake. I found a post for Setting GCC to be the only checker for Neomake but I am not sure if this also makes Neomake use g++ for C+...
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Setting GCC to be the only checker for Neomake

I'm trying to set up Neomake to only use GCC as a checker, plus some options. Having looked at the documentation, I wrote this: let g:neomake_c_enabled_makers=['gcc'] let g:neomake_gcc_args=[ \...
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Neomake hanging when using eslint

I have been following the following two tutorials to try and set up eslint and Neomake: Linting code with Neomake and Neovim Linting code with Neovim and Neomake - ESLint edition So I have the ...
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Run :cwindow after :Neomake finishes

How do I attach a callback to :NeomakeProject so that :cwindow is executed after compilation finishes? i.e. I'm too lazy and want everything (open the error list) to happen automatically. (currently ...
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How to setup Neomake with Python?

I recently switched to Neovim and was trying to install the code checking plugin 'Neomake'. I followed the instructions for the setup in my vimrc. The plugin seems to run fine but the error list was ...
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Neomake prints results to terminal when invoking upon wq

In my .config/nvim/init.vim I have autocmd BufWritePost * Neomake This works well when writing the file. But when writing and quitting with :wq, the results are prented on the terminal: [user:~] $ ...