christian.koestlin at gmail.com
Thu Sep 15 23:30:13 UTC 2022
On 16.09.22 01:14, Christian Köstlin wrote:
> On 16.09.22 00:14, Ali Çehreli wrote:
>> On 9/15/22 15:04, Ali Çehreli wrote:
>> > Is there a way to silence specific 'dub lint' warnings?
>> Answering myself, I don't think it's possible but luckily my catching
>> an Error was in unittests only so I can do either of the following to
>> skip unittest code when linting:
>> a) Pass --skipTests to dscanner (what 'dub lint' runs behind the
>> scenes) along with --styleCheck, which --skipTests requires
>> dub lint -- --skipTests --styleCheck
>> b) Pass --styleCheck indirectly through 'dub lint', which has its own
>> spelling for it :), but --skipTests is still required of course:
>> dub lint --style-check -- --skipTests
> There is `dub run dscanner -- --defaultConfig` which creates a default
> config in `~/.config/dscanner/dscanner.ini` (for linux and osx). There
> one can disable only the checks for bad exception handling
> ; Check for poor exception handling practices
> and then its possible to move this file e.g. to the project folder and
> use in with `dub lint --config=dscanner.ini` ...
> interestingly `dub lint --help` shows two different options for `--config`:
> dub lint --help
> USAGE: dub lint [<package>[@<version-spec>]] [<options...>] [--
> <application arguments...>]
> --config=VALUE Use the given configuration file.
> -c --config=VALUE Builds the specified configuration.
> Kind regards,
p.s. phobos for example includes its own dscanner.ini file in
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