Here are my Pycharm details,
PyCharm 2022.2.4 (Community Edition)
Build #PC-222.4459.20, built on November 17, 2022
Runtime version: 17.0.5+7-b469.71 amd64
VM: OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM by JetBrains s.r.o.
GC: G1 Young Generation, G1 Old Generation
Current Desktop: KDE
The problem is, Pycharm stopped showing any kind of errors in the code in the problem tab under the editor.
As you see, the only complaint it has is a trivial one about some blank lines, when actually the code has multiple undefined variables and syntax errors. Part of it is my fault because at some point, I right clicked and by mistake removed the problem tab from the sidebar. Somehow I brought it back, but now it is failing to show any error. Before the accident, it was not only highlighting undefined name, but also helped me import/define it.
Even when I run pylint on the same file, this is a sample of what I am getting, along with a score of -14/10 (never seen pylint giving negative score).
celery_worker.py:28:0: E0602: Undefined variable 'logging' (undefined-variable)
celery_worker.py:29:26: E0602: Undefined variable 'logging' (undefined-variable)
celery_worker.py:31:0: E0602: Undefined variable 'tf' (undefined-variable)
celery_worker.py:35:8: E0602: Undefined variable 'Celery' (undefined-variable)
How can I set up pycharm to show every possible error (including in function arguments and undefined variables) and apply the strictest possible standard like it was doing before?