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preslavmihaylov
preslavmihaylov commented Jan 12, 2021

Extend the testing framework to support a new routine ExpectOutputText which checks that the program output contains the specified text.

Use that to write new tests which verify that the token acquisition messages for all supported issuetrackers are shown.

Example token acquisition message for github:

Please go to https://github.com/settings/tokens to create a read-only access token 
ansible-lint-action

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  • Updated Apr 25, 2021
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The whole idea of writing code to check another code is intriguing at the same time cognitively demanding. Building Linters for Ruby, the project provides feedback about errors or warning in code little by little. The project was built completely with Ruby following all possible best practices. Rubocop was used as a code-linter alongside Gitflow to ensure I maintain good coding standards.

  • Updated Jul 18, 2020
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