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A configurable lint runner

Project description

Infinilint

Infinilint is a configurable lint runner. The base yaml configuration includes many common linters and a new linter is added with 3 or 4 lines of yaml. The linters are Docker images and are run in parallel to maximize feedback and make it practical to run continuously during development and as a stage in CI.

Requirements

Infinilint depends on Docker. Install the latest version for your platform.

Installing

Clone this repo and run:

pip install .

Usage

To see the configured linters:

infinilint --list

To run a single linter:

infinilint rubocop

Run all enabled linters:

infinilint

Watch a folder continuously and run linters on any changes:

infinilint --watch

Configuration

In the root of your repository, create a .infinilint.yml file. This file will be combined with the base.yml in application folder. To enabled linters, create a file that looks like:

linters:
    rubocop:
        enabled: true
    yamllint:
        enabled: true

To add a linter not configured in the base.yml, create entries using the base.yml as a model.

Additional root values you can set in your config:

timeout: maximum number of seconds the tool is allowed to run
proxy: address of a local docker registry to pull the images from instead of dockerhub

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