Hi, Am 07.08.2017 um 15:09 schrieb Gilles: > Less work for the maintainers is good. :-) > > By "taking time" I meant that validating should not be enforced when > calling "mvn compile" or "mvn test". I wouldn't worry about the time consumption of the validation even if it's run by every dev before very compilation since the sum of conversation parts in patch/PR discussion in the form of "LGTM, except for the indentation at line xy" - "OK, I fixed that now" - "Oh, no wait, I forgot the trailing space at line yz" - ... - merged takes an infinite more of time and energy.
Regarding the phase where checkstyle should be run I have some additional thoughts to my initial post: * If running checkstyle will be enforced the only phase that makes sense is `validate` because you don't won't to build something that's invalid because it's somehow unlogical and a waiste of time if you don't fail the build as early as possible. In order to avoid annoyance for users who aren't used to fix checkstyle errors before being able to build I'd suggest a profile with deactivated checkstyle which allows that rather an putting checkstyle in a separate profile. * Running checkstyle in the site or any other reporting phase is in Maven speak afaik "show what might be wrong with my build given the fact that I consider it passing after compilation, unit and integration tests passed" or "show me some statistics about style issues - 150, wow that's 12 less than last build".
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