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This project provides pylint formatters for a nice integration with GitLab CI.

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pylint-gitlab

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This project provides pylint formatters for a nice integration with GitLab CI.

Formatter Description
GitlabCodeClimateReporter Maps the linting result in Code Climate format
GitlabPagesHtmlReporter Creates a table in an HTML page with linting results and links to source code.

Usage

Install package pylint-gitlab:

pip install pylint-gitlab

The pylint package is a dependency of pylint-gitlab so it will be installed automatically.

Now the formatters can be used by running pylint command and setting custom output formats with parameter --output-format.

pylint --exit-zero --output-format=pylint_gitlab.GitlabCodeClimateReporter . > codeclimate.json
pylint --exit-zero --output-format=pylint_gitlab.GitlabPagesHtmlReporter . > pylint.html

Alternatively, you can load the pylint_gitlab plugin and then use the shortened --output-format names:

pylint --exit-zero --load-plugins=pylint_gitlab --output-format=gitlab-codeclimate . > codeclimate.json
pylint --exit-zero --load-plugins=pylint_gitlab --output-format=gitlab-pages-html . > pylint.html

GitLab CI integration

Here is a minimalistic version for a .gitlab-ci.yml file:

pylint:
  stage: test
  image: python:3.7-slim
  before_script:
    - mkdir -p public/badges public/lint
    - echo undefined > public/badges/$CI_JOB_NAME.score
    - pip install pylint-gitlab
  script:
    - pylint --exit-zero --output-format=text $(find -type f -name "*.py" ! -path "**/.venv/**") | tee /tmp/pylint.txt
    - sed -n 's/^Your code has been rated at \([-0-9.]*\)\/.*/\1/p' /tmp/pylint.txt > public/badges/$CI_JOB_NAME.score
    - pylint --exit-zero --output-format=pylint_gitlab.GitlabCodeClimateReporter $(find -type f -name "*.py" ! -path "**/.venv/**") > codeclimate.json
    - pylint --exit-zero --output-format=pylint_gitlab.GitlabPagesHtmlReporter $(find -type f -name "*.py" ! -path "**/.venv/**") > public/lint/index.html
  after_script:
    - anybadge --overwrite --label $CI_JOB_NAME --value=$(cat public/badges/$CI_JOB_NAME.score) --file=public/badges/$CI_JOB_NAME.svg 4=red 6=orange 8=yellow 10=green
    - |
      echo "Your score is: $(cat public/badges/$CI_JOB_NAME.score)"
  artifacts:
    paths:
      - public
    reports:
      codequality: codeclimate.json
    when: always

pages:
  stage: deploy
  image: alpine:latest
  script:
    - echo
  artifacts:
    paths:
      - public
  only:
    refs:
      - master

You can then use the published badge for linting results.

pylint

[![pylint](https://<MAIN_GROUP>.gitlab.io/<SUB_GROUP>/<PROJECT>/badges/pylint.svg)](https://<MAIN_GROUP>.gitlab.io/<SUB_GROUP>/<PROJECT>/lint/)

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