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Travis YML Lint

by sabhiram ST2/ST3

Submits a .travis.yml file to the linter at http://lint.travis-ci.org/

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sublime-travis-yml-lint

A SublimeText plugin to submit the active .travis.yml file in view to the Travis CI Lint service exposed from here http://lint.travis-ci.org/

Traivs YML Lint on Package Control

Usage:

  1. Navigate to a .travis.yml file in SublimeText
  2. Press:
OS Key Combination
Linux ctrl + alt + T
Mac super(⌘) + alt + ctrl + T
Windows ctrl + alt + T

This will grab the yml file and validate it against the web linter. Any errors will be displayed to a plugin specific output panel.

Installation

The easiest way to install Travis YML Lint is to install it from Package Control

Package Control Install

If you have Package Control installed, then simply naviagte to Package Control: Install Package and select the Travis YML Lint plugin and you are done!

Manual Install

From SublimeText Packages folder:

git clone git@github.com:sabhiram/sublime-travis-yml-lint.git sublime-travis-yml-lint

Settings & Default Key Mapping

Currently there are no exposed settings used by this plugin

Developers

Appreciate the help! Here is stuff you should probably know:

Install for both Sublime Text 2 and 3:

Some folks prefer to clone the git repo right into their SublimeText Packages folder. While this is probably ok for most users, I prefer to create a symbolic link to the package so that I can point to the plugin from both flavors of SublimeText (for testing and the like…)

cd ~/dev
git clone git@github.com:sabhiram/sublime-travis-yml-lint.git sublime-travis-yml-lint
ln -s sublime-travis-yml-lint ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 2/Packages/sublime-travis-yml-lint
ln -s sublime-travis-yml-lint ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 3/Packages/sublime-travis-yml-lint

Versions Released

1.0.1

  1. Bugfix: Add required modules so Package Control install works

1.0.0 - Initial Release

  1. Implements basic plugin functionality
  2. Ready for package control deployment