I've configured the pipe through several ways and just can't figure out how to get the pipe read the report file generated by php-cs-fixer. The file is being generated and I can confirm that by running the cat command to see its content.
- step: &code-standard
name: Code Standard
- php-cs-fixer fix --dry-run --format=checkstyle . > checkstyle-result.xml
- pipe: atlassian/checkstyle-report:0.2.0
- cat checkstyle-result.xml
I guess it can be supported if it generates absolutely compliant report xml file.
I have checked this tool on compliance https://github.com/FriendsOfPHP/PHP-CS-Fixer/issues/3459 and I have some doubts that it is truly compliant.
You can ensure this and we can continue to investigate your case.
Also, please provide the logs of the pipe if it is failing or explain your actual output , you get.
Hi @Galyna Zholtkevych , thanks for replying. This is a sample of the file that PHP CS Fixer generates for Checkstyle format:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<error severity="warning" source="PHP-CS-Fixer.no_spaces_inside_parenthesis" message="Found violation(s) of type: no_spaces_inside_parenthesis"/>
<error severity="warning" source="PHP-CS-Fixer.phpdoc_summary" message="Found violation(s) of type: phpdoc_summary"/>
The step fails as expected because there are violations in the source. and the report is generated but without any issues on it (it is green instead of red).
@tsantos regarding your case, I see in your file generated warnings (severity="warning"),
and you put the REPORT_FAIL_SEVERITY as "error". Try to put REPORT_FAIL_SEVERITY as warning, so it will report warnings and above. Contact us, please telling the feedback of what you've got.
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