Codevalidator extensions for turnstile
The \(codevalidator\) check runs codevalidator on added and modified files.
By default this check uses your general codevalidator configuration, but you can also provide a custom codevalidatorc by adding it as \(.codevalidatorc\) to your repository root.
To check if staged files follow the codevalidator rules do:
$ turnstile codevalidator
If you want codevalidator to try to fix the code style do:
$ turnstile codevalidator –fix
Please note that any change will be left unstaged and need to be added with \(git add\) and any unstaged change to staged files will be overwritten.
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TODO: Figure out how to actually get changelog content.
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