[webkit-dev] Adding flag to optionally run check-webkit-style as part of prepare-Changelog and svn-create-patch
zoltan at webkit.org
Fri Apr 4 09:08:31 PDT 2014
- The style checker script runs on the ChangeLogs as well, and it gives
warning if the bug number or the tests' line are not filled.
- I think the best behavior for this case would be to abort the change log
creation, if there are errors on the actual code check. (Then you can fix
those, and when you rerun prepare-Changelog, it puts the recent things into
the change log. [e.g. you've got a lower/uppercase function naming warning,
and the function name appears in the change log])
- Add it! It's a good idea.
On Fri, Apr 4, 2014 at 7:41 AM, James Craig <jcraig at apple.com> wrote:
> Yes, but not everyone uses the webkit-patch script in their workflow.
> > On Apr 4, 2014, at 7:27 AM, Brendan Long <self at brendanlong.com> wrote:
> > Doesn't 'webkit-patch upload' already do that?
> >> On 04/04/2014 02:14 AM, James Craig wrote:
> >> I sometimes forget to run the check-webkit-style script before
> uploading patches, so I put a patch up for review that adds a --style and
> --no-style flags to prepare-Changelog and svn-create-patch. Alexey
> suggested I make it the default, which I've done for prepare-Changelog, but
> not in svn-create-patch due to cross-references that cause a loop when it't
> the default. (I just added the --style flag to my local bash alias.)
> >> Any concerns or suggestions? Thanks.
> >> http://webkit.org/b/131115
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