Transforms pep8 or flake8 output into an HTML or TeamCity report output.
Transform pep8 or flake8 output to HTML
To install pepper8, simply use pip.
pip install pepper8
Or you can clone the latest master branch and build using setuptools
git clone email@example.com:myth/pepper8.git && cd pepper8 && python setup.py install
pepper8 operates in two different input modes and two different output modes. To read pep8 / flake8 status reports from file use
pepper8 -o report.html <filename>
or you can pipe output from another file or process
cat flake8.out | pepper8 > report.html
If no output file is specified with -o, the HTML report is written to stdout, allowing output redirection or piping
pepper8 <filename> | less
When pepper8 is run using an output file -o <filename>, it will check its run environment and print out available build statistics to stdout.
Currently, only TeamCity build statistics are supported with keys pepper8warnings and pepper8errors.
If you wish to enable full parsing of all PEP 8 / Flake8 errors as failures in TeamCity, there already exists a package called TeamCity-messages which will be treated as build errors in TeamCity.
The TeamCity build statistics provided by pepper8 is only intended to provide statistical data for use in custom build report graphs in addition to the HTML report.
Screenshots from TeamCity integration
Pepper8 PEP 8 HTML Report
TeamCity custom chart data using custom buildStatistics messages if run under TeamCity
Fixed a bug causing missed statistics for last file. Split the title summary stats into the Flake8 plugins.
Changed links in HTML report to default to new window. This prevents TeamCity to display blank page due to loading of “unsafe scripts” inside the iframe.
A few bugfixes