I am trying to get pyflakes working with Sublime Text 3. I have installed SublimeLinter and SublimeLinter-pyflakes via Package Control. I have installed pyflakes for python3.6 using pip. When I run pyflakes from the command line against some code I previously wrote it does not report any errors. This is what I expect. However when I run it in Sublime Text it has a problem with the first line of the following code.
This feels like it is checking against python2.7 syntax and does not reconize the f-string syntax. I removed all versions of pyflakes from my system. I then re-opened Sublime Text and it refused to activate the plugin because it could not find pyflakes in my path (as expected). I then reinstalled pyflakes and relaunched sublime text. This time subline text found pyflakes in my path and activated the plugin and reported the same error. So at very least I know its using the correct executable on my system. The same one that does not report any errors when I run it manually.
SublimeLinter: pyflakes imported <module 'pyflakes.api' from '/usr/local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/pyflakes/api.py'>
SublimeLinter: pyflakes version: 1.6.0
SublimeLinter: pyflakes: (>= 0.7.3) satisfied by 1.6.0
SublimeLinter: pyflakes activated: <builtin>
environment variables loaded using: /usr/local/bin/bash -l
SublimeLinter: pyflakes: test.py <builtin>
SublimeLinter: pyflakes output:
test.py:169:75: invalid syntax
Any guidence would be appreciated. I am on macOS 10.12.6 and using SublimeText 3 Build 3143. Python 3.6.2 is installed via homebrew and /usr/local/bin/python is a symlink to /usr/local/bin/python3.