This page contains examples of how to use Lintje in different scenarios and setups like Continuous Integration systems.
Lintje is available as a GitHub Action on the GitHub marketplace.
Semaphore has an environment variables that contains the range of commits that were pushed for a given workflow. This tests all the commits that are included in a Pull Request or Git push on a branch.
Add the following command to your build as a separate job.
$ lintje $SEMAPHORE_GIT_COMMIT_RANGE
This command with the
$SEMAPHORE_GIT_COMMIT_RANGE variable wil resolve to a commit range like this:
$ lintje 5c84719708b9b649b9ef3b56af214f38cee6acde...92d87d5c0dd2dbb7a68ecb27df43d1b164fd3e30
Read more about $SEMAPHORE_GIT_COMMIT_RANGE in the Semaphore docs.
Use the following script, in a location like
script/lint_git, in your project to download, install Lintje and cache for future builds. Change the version number in the
LINTJE_VERSION variable to update Lintje to a newer version.
#!/bin/bash # script/lint_git set -eu LINTJE_VERSION="0.11.0" mkdir -p "$HOME/bin" cache_key="v1-lintje-$LINTJE_VERSION" cache restore "$cache_key" # File exists and is executable if [ -x "$HOME/bin/lintje" ]; then echo "Restored Lintje $LINTJE_VERSION from cache" else echo "Downloading Lintje $LINTJE_VERSION" curl -L \ "https://github.com/lintje/lintje/releases/download/v$LINTJE_VERSION/x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu.tar.gz" | \ tar -xz --directory "$HOME/bin" cache store "$cache_key" "$HOME/bin/lintje" fi "$HOME/bin/lintje" "$SEMAPHORE_GIT_COMMIT_RANGE"