A command-line utility that checks for best practices in SaltStack.
All notable changes in salt-lint are documented below.
- Revert changes to rule 210 (!299)
- Rule 219 for catching missing over-indentation of nested dicts (#284).
- Add Python 3.11 support (#290).
- Add alternative typos of onchanges in rule 216 (#286).
- False positive when detecting missing spaces in Jinja variables when the Jinja statement is nested in literal braces (#272).
- Ensure a single missing quote in the file mode is also detected as incorrect quotation of a file mode (#273).
- Ignore non file mode arguments for the file mode quotation and leading zero checks (#274).
- Close temporary file after writing to STDIN (#263).
- Remove rule 218 because of a false positive
- Drop Python 2.7 support (#239).
- Rule 216, 217 and 218 for catching common typographical errors (#249).
- Append the contents of the
CHANGELOG.mdfile to the long description of the package instead of the duplicate
- Ignore Jinja specific rules in Jinja escaped blocks (#236).
- Ensure all excluded paths from both the CLI and configuration are passed to the runner (#231).
- Rule 213 to recommend using cmd.run together with onchanges (#207).
- Rule 214 to check SLS file with a period in the name (besides the suffix period) as they can not be referenced by Salt (#209).
- Rules 901-915 to check for deprecated states and state options (#214).
CHANGELOG.mdfile to be able to list all notable changes for each version of salt-lint (#223).
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