The warning command is provided so that the user can issue warning messages from his/her scripts. The string argument is displayed in the command window (or stdout if running in batch mode) after being prefixed with a warning message heading and surrounded by the appropriate language separators (# for Python, // for Mel).
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Obsolete. Will be deleted in the next version of Maya. Use the checkbox in the script editor that enables line number display instead. Flag can have multiple arguments, passed either as a tuple or a list.
Derived from mel command maya.cmds.warning
import pymel.core as pm import maya.cmds as cmds def lightWarning(): l = pm.ls( lights=True ) if len(l) == 0: pm.warning( "No Lights" ) lightWarning() # # The above will produce the following output: # # # Warning: No Lights # # # When the option to show line numbers in errors is enabled the output will # be the following: # # # Warning: line 4 of 'lightWarning' in '"maya console'": No Lights # #