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    • Shaun McCance's avatar
      Remove comment about revision version attrs from templates · a22cecc3
      Shaun McCance authored
      This comment was intended to tell people to remove whichever of version,
      docversion, and pkgversion they don't use. But we dropped docversion and
      pkgversion from the templates to push towards the unified version attr,
      so the comment doesn't make sense anymore.
      a22cecc3
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    • Dominique Leuenberger's avatar
      Use /usr/bin/python3 as shebang · 9fcfd8ed
      Dominique Leuenberger authored
      I don't think any distro has python3 installed in /bin.
      Some distros have completed UsrMerge, which makes /bin a symlink to
      /usr/bin, so /bin/python3 is available on those distros. But it breaks
      on all other distros.
      9fcfd8ed
  16. 08 Feb, 2021 1 commit
    • Shaun McCance's avatar
      Adding --skip option to list filenames to skip · 3f0c73b8
      Shaun McCance authored
      This is mostly useful in config files, where you have specific pages that
      you might want exempted from some custom checker, but you don't want to
      force people to explicitly list which filenames to test.
      3f0c73b8
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    • Shaun McCance's avatar
      yelp-check.py: Allow custom checkers defined in the config file · 3eb73689
      Shaun McCance authored
      This commit allows you to specify your own checkers in .yelp-tools.cfg.
      This concept of how these work is very similar to Schematron, but very
      simplified in a basic config file syntax. For example, here's how to
      write a check to make sure you always have a non-empty desc element:
      
        [namespaces]
        mal = http://projectmallard.org/1.0/
      
        [check:gnome-desc]
        select = /mal:page/mal:info
        assert = normalize-space(mal:desc) != ''
        message = Must have non-empty desc
      3eb73689
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