Specify Code Cleanup Scope Dialog
Specify the scope for code cleanup. (Code cleanup means finding potentially problematic code fragments and automatically fixing them right away.)
|Whole project||Select this option if you want to perform code cleanup for the whole project.|
|Uncommitted files||This option is only available for projects under version control. |
Select this option if you only want to perform code cleanup for the files that have not yet been committed to a version control system, and choose a changelist from the drop-down list.
|File <file path>||Select this option to perform code cleanup for the file that is open in the editor or selected in the Project tool window.|
|Module <module name>||Select this option to perform code cleanup for the project that is currently selected in the Project tool window. |
This option is only available, when several projects are opened in one PyCharm window .
|Directory <directory path>||Select this option to perform code cleanup for the directory currently selected in the Project tool window.|
|Selected files||Select this option to perform code cleanup for the files selected in the Project tool window.|
|Custom scope||Select this option to specify a custom scope. Select one of the predefined scopes from the drop-down list, or click and define the scope in the Scopes dialog that opens. For instructions on how to define a scope, refer to Scope Language Syntax Reference.|
|Inspection profile||Select the inspection profile to be used. Choose a pre-defined profile from the drop-down list, or click and configure a profile in the Inspections dialog that opens. |
You can open the Inspections dialog to check which fixes will be applied to the selected scope when you run code cleanup.