bashate Release Notes

0.6.0

New Features

  • Python 3.6 support added

  • Hidden files such as .bashrc are no longer checked for #! (E005)

  • A basic check for [[ when using non-POSIX comparisions such as =~ is added

  • Enable bashate to be called as a module python -m bashate ...

  • Adoped pycodestyle/pep8 default output format.

0.5.1

New Features

  • Python 3 is supported

0.5.0

Bug Fixes

  • Ignore contents of heredoc values. heredocs usually contain content in a foreign syntax so bashate will no longer consider them.

  • Continuation lines are now parsed into an array, rather than a single logical-line. This fixes continuation lines being incorrectly reported as too long.

  • Indentation now allows emacs-formatted idents, where continuation lines for long commands align to the first argument above (rather than a strict modulo of 4). e.g.

    longcommand arg1 arg2 arg3 \
                arg4 arg5
    

    will no longer trigger a bad indent warning.

  • Use bash -n to detect unclosed heredocs, rather than construct our own parsing.

  • Correctly check for newlines at the end of all files; even if you only specify one file to check.

Other Notes

  • started using reno