Re: Seeing and running what CI does (was: CODEOWNERS check in CI)
Status is actually available as a comment in the PR. We are planning at some point to use the Checks API from GH which would make things more clear.
The scripts now provide the output so you do not have to look at the actual CI log which might be verbose and misleading. If any information is missing in the comments posted by CI, please let us know.
<devel@...> on behalf of Marc Herbert <marc.herbert@...>
I asked this question on Slack some time back and Anas answered it's not possible (yet?) for various reasons, one of them related to github accounts and security.
Fortunately something even more useful is already possible: running the checks yourself. Just run this compliance_script.py script:
I know run this script *before* uploading anything to github as it obviously saves round trips and time.
You also need the "sanitycheck" script in the other, main repo.
I think sanitycheck is mentioned in the online documentation and the check_compliance about to be.
On a related CI topic, here's why the code coverage report is very often bogus:
https://github.com/codecov/codecov-bash/issues/83 thumbs up to "vote" for it
<devel@...> on behalf of Stenberg <bjorn@...>
Can we please make the "Details" links for these checks show the actual output of the check command, rather than the current generic information about why the check exists?