Showing errors in Eclipse but program is runing

1     '''
2     Created on Nov 19, 2013
3   
4     @author: martins
5     '''
6     bif = "background.jpg"
7     mif = "ball.png"
8   
9     import pygame, sys
10    from pygame.locals import *
11    
12    pygame.init()
13    screen = pygame.display.set_mode((800,800),0,32) #izveido logu
14    
15    background = pygame.image.load(bif).convert()#pārveido bildes
16    mouse_c = pygame.image.load(mif).convert_alpha()#pārveido bildes
17   
18    while True:
19        for event in pygame.event.get():
20            if event.type == QUIT:#nodrošina, ka programma pilnīgi aizveras
21              pygame.quit()
22                sys.exit()
23      
24      screen.blit(background,(0,0)) #nokopē backgroundu uz ekrāna(logā)
25      
26      x,y = pygame.mouse.get_pos()# noskaidro peles koardinātas
27      x-=mouse_c.get_width()/2 #ieliek kursoru bildei vid
28      y-=mouse_c.get_height()/2
29        
30      screen.blit(mouse_c,(x,y))#nokpē 
31       
32      pygame.display.update()

I do not know why this is showing, but it is quite annoying because the code is running fine and doing what is supposed to do, i believe there are some trouble with interpreter, but i cannot figure out what it is. Thanks for help!

on line 10: Unused in wild import: Color, Rect, color on line 12: Undefined variable from import: init on line 20: Undefined variable: QUIT on line 21: Undefined variable from import: quit P.s. don't mind the coments they are for myself ;)

Answers


Those are warnings, not errors. For example, the first is telling you that although you have used a wild import (e.g. import *) from pygame.locals, you aren't using some of the methods and attributes that would provide. According to the Python style guide (PEP8) you shouldn't use wildcard imports, or import multiple libraries on one line (i.e. import pygame, sys).


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