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Rule test-directory-exists fails on remote repos but passes on local repos #142

DuaneOBrien opened this Issue Mar 4, 2019 · 0 comments


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DuaneOBrien commented Mar 4, 2019

Issue Report

When running repolinter against a remote directory, the "test-directory-exists" rule appears to always fail, even when it passes on a local clone of the repo.

Expected Behavior

Results from local test:

Target directory: /home/duaneo/Code/working/repolinter
Ruleset: ../../../repolint.json
✔ test-directory-exists: found (node_modules/array-from/test.js)

Actual Behavior

Results from remote test:

Target directory: /home/duaneo/Code/working/repolinter/tmp/23cb2e61-589e-418d-8368-911aabab5e5a
Ruleset: ../../../../../repolint.json
✖ test-directory-exists: not found: (**/test*, **/specs)

Steps to Reproduce the Issue

repolint.json :

"axioms": {
"rules": {
"all": {
"test-directory-exists:directory-existence": ["error", {"directories": ["/test*", "/specs"], "nocase": true}]

OS: Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS
node: v8.10
npx: 10.2.0
npm: 3.5.2
ruby: 2.5.1p57

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