A commit message linter
Комитет Git’a Безопасности
Комитет Git’a Безопасности (КGБ) or Git security committee, is a commit message style enforcer. It comes in two parts, a web hook for github (lubyanka) and a local git commit-msg hook (resident). In an ideal world, a local hook should be enough, in practice, mistakes happen. The KGitB is here to ensure no mistakes are ever allowed through to infect your master branch.
Resident can be installed using pip and should not require any dependencies using:
pip install kgitb
To install in a local repository, go into it and run:
resident install --local
To set it up in another repository or multiple repository, you can path it a path to the repositor(y/ies) that you want to install it to:
resident install --path PATH_TO_REPO1 PATH_TO_REPO2
If the webhook is correctly set up, you should see a APPROVED BY THE KGitB. line when you commit something, or if there are errors, the commit will fail with a description of the errors.
Currently there are no options to select. They will be added at a later point.
Lubyanka is the headquarters of all residents. It should be run on a server and setup with github to check all pull-requests. As excpected, if there are any violations, lubyanka will submit a helpful if somewhat authoritative comment message and set the status to error. If there are no violations it will set the status to success and congragulate you on a job well done.
To run lubyanka, get a copy of the code, install the requirements and execute it with the following commands:
git clone https://github.com/Sagacify/komitet-gita-bezopasnosti.git cd komitet-gita-bezopasnosti pip install -r requirements.txt GH_TOKEN=`YOUR GITHUB TOKEN HERE` python -m kgitb
If you use docker remember to set the GH_TOKEN environment variable and link to port 5000.
The github token is needed to write comments, set the pr status as well as access any private repo.
All contributions are of course welcome, please submit them as pull-requests and make sure that you are not in violation of the kgitb rules. If you need ideas: * Add rules list and documentation * resident, add –template and –global install * resident, add command line options for customizing rules * lubyanka, add origin of connection check cfr * lubyanka, add setup script * packaging, figure out how extra_requires works.
to test your changes please use tox and py.test, you should be able to install them by running:
pip install -r dev-requirements.txt
and run the tests using: