Nguyen Thai Ngoc Duy <pclo...@gmail.com> writes:
>> This (once it gets cleaned up to reduce false positives) belongs to
>> "cd t && make test-lint".
> Or a project commit hook?
Surely. It is OK to have "cd t && make test-lint" in your
A few more things in addition to what Torsten's script attempts to
catch that we would want to catch are:
* Do not spell string equality with "test $a == $b"; that is
bash-ism and you only need "=" (which works in bash, too);
* Do not capture output from "wc -l" in a variable and string
compare with a constant, e.g.
lnum=$(wc -l <...) && test "$lnum" = 9
as some wc implementations place extra SP in its output;
* Do not use "test_must_fail" to run non-git command and require it
to fail (instead, just write "! cmd").
* Do not write ERE with backslashes and expect "grep" to grok them;
that's GNUism. e.g.
grep "^\(author\|committer\) "
is bad. Use egrep (or "grep -E") if you want to use ERE.
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