pylint reporter for junit format.
Pylint plugin that generates JUnit based report that can be consumed by CI environments like Jenkins, Azure Devops and such.
At the time of writing, few tools existed that where able to generate JUnit format from pylint output. Both of these projects where not handling “empty” results scenario well, eg both cases generated an empty file and that caused issues in ci as the resulting document was not proper xml file. Another issue was that issues found by pylint where marked under single testcase failure and this caused atleast Azure to report a single item per file even thought there could have been multiple.
Thus, pylint_junit was written.
Install the package with
pip install pylint_junit
or add it to your requirements.
After the plugin has been installed there are few options to take it into use.
Add following lines into your .pylintrc:
[MASTER] load-plugins=pylint_junit [REPORTS] output-format=junit
This does set the default output to junit, so if still want to run pylint and get normal output, you might want to consider omitting the “output-format=junit” portion and only when junit format is needed, provide it via command line like this:
pylint --output-format=junit src/
Or, without making any changes to your pylint configuration, you can just pass the class as report formatter like this:
pylint --output-format=pylint_junit.JUnitReporter src/
Bugs / Feedback
Use Github Issues Tracker @ https://github.com/rasjani/pylint_junit/issues
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