You can have a look at diff-cover(https://diff-cover.readthedocs.io/en/latest/README.html), it can find diff lines that have violations (according to tools such as pep8, pyflakes, flake8, or pylint).
Original Message Sender: Ahmed Hassanahassan@rapidsos.com Recipient: Florian Bruhinme@the-compiler.org Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Monday, Sep 21, 2020 19:15 Subject: [code-quality] Re: What are the best tools for code quality checks to use within Github?
Thanks Thomas, I will try that. That's my next option.
@Florian: Pylint itself is perfectly fine. However, I want to see all the pylint issues to be shown within the PR instead of another console. Also, I don't want to run pylint on the whole file, I want to run it only on the code that was added.
On Mon, Sep 21, 2020 at 6:47 AM Florian Bruhin email@example.com wrote:
On Fri, Sep 18, 2020 at 05:55:29PM -0400, Ahmed Hassan wrote:
Does anyone know an open source tool that checks PR before merge for code quality? I'm looking for something similar to code climate or codacy. I don't want to hook a Jenkins job that makes the usability of Pylint harder.
What do you mean with "makes the usability of Pylint harder" exactly?
The usual way is to run pylint via e.g. GitHub Actions or Travis CI, usually also using something like tox or pre-commit.
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