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Add automatic header creation on compilation #531

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oleg-py commented Jan 15, 2018

First step to finishing #513.

There's sbt-header just for making headers on files, so I decided to put this together.

I ran the headerCreate command on whole project and it only touched few files where the header was outdated. I also set the project in the way that doing sbt compile will automatically create headers, so the contributors are not bothered by it. Alternatively, it could be made so that users have to run command manually and CI fails build if header is not correct.

Of other formatting tools, it seems that only Scalastyle has the header check, but I haven't looked into formatting tool yet, so I decided against committing to Scalastyle for now.


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Codecov Report

Merging #531 into master will increase coverage by 0.05%.
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##           master     #531      +/-   ##
+ Coverage   90.38%   90.43%   +0.05%     
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  Lines        9610     9610              
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+ Hits         8686     8691       +5     
+ Misses        924      919       -5

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alexandru commented Jan 15, 2018

Oh, nice, thanks.

@alexandru alexandru merged commit 76a66b4 into monix:master Jan 15, 2018

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dwijnand commented Jan 18, 2018

Btw sbt-header has headerCheck which you can invoke in CI to enforce headers.

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