These are chat archives for coala/coala-bears

18th
May 2016
Alexandros Dimos
@Redridge
May 18 2016 10:58

Hey if the output looks like this

[filename:line]

Do I need the filename? coala knows that anyways right? The reason the tool gives it is because you can check more files

Karan Sharma
@mr-karan
May 18 2016 11:50
yeah, you can match ?P<filename> in regex
Mischa Krüger
@Makman2
May 18 2016 11:51
if you speak about the linter
you don't need to match the filename, it's used automatically
also ?P<filename> is not recognized actually^^
Lasse Schuirmann
@sils
May 18 2016 11:59
yes, don't match it
Karan Sharma
@mr-karan
May 18 2016 12:09
oh.
Alexandros Dimos
@Redridge
May 18 2016 12:43
I am pretty much done with the cppcheckbear
but I did not make an issue for it beforehand
can I reference the security bears issue?
Lasse Schuirmann
@sils
May 18 2016 12:44
yes but only reference, not fix
Alexandros Dimos
@Redridge
May 18 2016 12:45
how would I write? "References #NNN" ? is this ok?
Lasse Schuirmann
@sils
May 18 2016 12:45
full url
Alexandros Dimos
@Redridge
May 18 2016 12:45
yeah it will trim it
I mean the verb "references", is it ok?
Lasse Schuirmann
@sils
May 18 2016 12:45
yes
Mischa Krüger
@Makman2
May 18 2016 12:45
only "Fixes", "fixes" and so on have special meanings inside github :)
Alexandros Dimos
@Redridge
May 18 2016 12:46
ah, so it won't trim it?
Lasse Schuirmann
@sils
May 18 2016 12:46
github will sadly always do that
Mischa Krüger
@Makman2
May 18 2016 12:46
only when it's displayed on the web UI^^
sils @sils1297 dislikes github messing with commit messages
Mischa Krüger
@Makman2
May 18 2016 12:46
huh why? imo it's okay
I mean it displays the short hash, I directly understand what's meant ^^
and for another repo it displays repo-name/a89ab31
(or similar)
Alexandros Dimos
@Redridge
May 18 2016 12:50
I honestly like it
because I dislike long urls
so I was checking the docs because I had forgotten some things and I realised they are almost completely rewritten
Alexandros Dimos
@Redridge
May 18 2016 12:58
dang it I have a failing test
but it does not fail locally
Lasse Schuirmann
@sils
May 18 2016 12:59
you use the same coala version locally as in the CI?
Alexandros Dimos
@Redridge
May 18 2016 13:04
I use the last version from master
Lasse Schuirmann
@sils
May 18 2016 13:04
does the CI do that?
check if requirements.txt contins the latest version number from pypi
Alexandros Dimos
@Redridge
May 18 2016 13:06
will try to do that
oh no it is not the latest version, but I installed with pip3 install --upgrade -r requirements.txt
so it shoud be the same as on ci
anyways, I will look into it later I gtg now