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Enable unusedCompileDependenciesTest #2113

merged 2 commits into from Sep 25, 2018


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@rossabaker rossabaker commented Sep 25, 2018

Fails the build if we declare a dependency we don't use. Prevents us from passing liabilities downstream.

Not enforced on private (e.g. unpublished) projects.

Bonus: stop publishing empty http4s-tests module.

@rossabaker rossabaker added the CI label Sep 25, 2018
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@cb372 cb372 commented Sep 25, 2018

Looks like it fails for only the primary Travis job, where scoverage is enabled:

[warn] mimedb-generator >>> The following libraries are declared in libraryDependencies but are not needed for compilation:
[warn]  - "org.scoverage" %% "scalac-scoverage-runtime" % "1.3.1"

Not sure how to work around that, other than adding support in the plugin for manually excluding certain dependencies as I suggested at cb372/sbt-explicit-dependencies#13 (comment). I'll try and get that implemented in the next few days.

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@rossabaker rossabaker commented Sep 25, 2018

We have a PrivateProjectsPlugin that disables scoverage on certain modules. That's where the call to disable the dependency test really belonged. That should make this green even without the new feature, though I think it's a good one to have.

@rossabaker rossabaker merged commit ac2362b into http4s:master Sep 25, 2018
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