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PyLint Summary and Graph Generators for Bitten.

Project Description

(Note: EatLint has been rolled into Bitten. This is here for historical purposes.)

EatLint is a Trac plugin that adds a lint report summarizer and a lint chart to Bitten. This means that when a Bitten build that includes a lint step the output can not only be captured but reported on. The report shows the number of problems per file by category: convention, refactor, error, and warning as well as showing the totals for each file, for each category, and a grand-total showing the state of the entire project. Similarly the chart plugin charts the total number of problems as well as individual lines for each category. This gives you an idea of the readability of your project’s code over time.

EatLint’s code and templates are based on the code and templates provided by the Bitten project for coverage and unittest data. The Bitten code and templates are provided under a BSD-style license and so is this plugin. Please see License for a copy of the license.

An example build recipe can be found on the wiki.


Installation is done just as for any other Trac plugin. Using the easy_install command from setuptools is the easiest (provided you have already setuptools installed):

easy_install eatlint

After that you must configure your Trac project to use the plugin. Edit conf/trac.ini in your Trac directory to include this:

eatlint.* = enabled
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