Re: Feb 6 agenda
Christopher Ferris <chrisfer@...>
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Danno, thanks for taking the initiative on this. However, it isn't clear to me that you need to clone the repo. The repolinter.js already handles that if you use the --git option and point it at the GH repo url.
Basically, you just need to have the repolint.json in the directory from which you run the job. Note also that you do need to install the ruby tools that check the license and language. A bit of a pain.
But, the point is that when you give it the git URL it will automatically clone the repo to a tmp directory (it will create this as needed) and it cleans up afterwards, IIRC.
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