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Lift 'ignore' is now deprecated configuration option #8082

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@doddi doddi commented Dec 1, 2021

Configuration for Lift has now deprecated the use of ignore and has been replaced with ignoreRules, https://help.sonatype.com/lift/configuration-reference#ConfigurationReference-in-repo-optionsIn-RepoOptions(The.lift.toml).

I noticed the recent PRs had been failing, this PR changes to the new configuration. Lift analysis is now running successfully https://lift.sonatype.com/results/github.com/doddi/curl/01FNVA0ZNPNZG9S6X1K34XFJ4R

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@bagder bagder commented Dec 1, 2021

"lift — All analyzers failed for the supported languages. Check your Lift config"

Doesn't sound like this is enough to make lift work...? (and isn't it weird that it gives this message the happy green checkmark?)

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@doddi doddi commented Dec 2, 2021

"lift — All analyzers failed for the supported languages. Check your Lift config"

Doesn't sound like this is enough to make lift work...? (and isn't it weird that it gives this message the happy green checkmark?)

I believe this is enough to make it work correctly, clicking through to the console results shows successful results https://lift.sonatype.com/result/curl/curl/01FNVBDQHRXVEFM0RY72044V3M compared to previously outright failing due to configuration issues https://lift.sonatype.com/result/curl/curl/01FNV1EGQ9DAQ6TK1WAT7ZZ7AP.

There is an outstanding issue with Lift that is currently getting looked at whereby if the master branch analysing had been failing it will unfortunately default to showing this type of message. 'All analyzers failed for the supporting languages'

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@bagder bagder commented Dec 3, 2021

Thanks!

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