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I have the following GitLab CI yml file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-26 at 16:00
I don't know which shell is configured in your runner but it seems commands in your example are executed in
In the image you use Powershell core
pwsh is available to execute Powershell command.
This script part works :
I need my pipeline to produce a SNAPSHOT or release artifact, and then also produce a Docker image tagged with latest, or with the version number of the release. I am using the fabric8 plugin and taking advantage of the feature that will produce a tag based on the version field of the POM file.
Due to the order of the stages the tag will always be latest, regardless of whether its a snapshot or a release. I need some help to determine the proper way to do this as I cant see a way to put them in a different order.
The tools involved are Maven + fabric8, Jenkins, Artifactory, and SVN.
After the Maven release and prepare steps the POM will have a SNAPSHOT version, so the stage "Create Docker Image" will always produce a tag of 'latest'.
I could do something like figure out what the SVN tag url is for the released version and check it out and then do my build. That feels wrong though, but maybe not. There has to be a more "official" way of doing this....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-11 at 12:05
The solution is to use the POM file from target/checkout. See the stage labeled "Create Docker Image For Release".
I have a DLL addressing the .NET 4.7.1 library.
Probably irrelevant, but it's written in C# and consumes NuGet packages using the "packages.config" pattern, rather than the newer PackageReference configuration.
I publish this as a NuGet package (have been doing this for several years). But now when I execute the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-16 at 23:09
As per NU5128 doc, This warning was added during NuGet 5.3's development, and first was available in .NET Core SDK 3.0 Preview 9. NuGet/Home#8583 tracks an issue where the warning was being raised in too many scenarios. You can use the NoWarn MSBuild property (add $(NoWarn);NU5128 to any PropertyGroup in your project file). If you have multiple projects affected, you can use Directory.Build.targets to automatically add NoWarn to all projects
I'm trying to build an
ASP.NET-Core 3.1 (
netcoreapp3.1) application which has a dependency on a NuGet library that is
.NET-Standard 2.0 which uses MSBuild SDK
This builds and runs fine from Visual Studio (2019) but when I run
dotnet build I get the following error:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-13 at 20:45
visual studio uses MSBuild to build your solution file, so you can try
MSBuild %yoursolutionfile% to build your solution, on the other hand,
dotnet build typically builds a single project instead of solution.
to answer your second question, if you do find that your dependency is required and can not be ignored in dotnet build for 3.1 version, yes a multitarget complie should work, you can follow this link to build a multitarget application https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/core/tutorials/libraries#how-to-multitarget
I followed the official guid deploied a pipline to analyse my code quality. Although the pipline passed and the job successed, the json file didn't generated by docker. And these notis displaied:
WARNING: A new version (v0.83.0) is available. Upgrade instructions are available at: https://github.com/codeclimate/codeclimate#packages Uploading artifacts... WARNING: gl-code-quality-report.json: no matching files ERROR: No files to upload
And this is my /etc/gitlab-runner/config.toml file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Nov-21 at 18:13
ANyways, months later, if you are using Gitlab CE ths won't work, is a feature for EE only.
I am a bit confused about the various code analyzers for .NET Core.
If you create a default .NET Core web project, you get the
In addition, on NuGet, there is
Microsoft.CodeQuality.Analyzers (note the slight difference in the name). After installing it, I see that it contains a lot more rules.
And finally, there is also
Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.FxCopAnalyzers, which appears to contain
So what exactly is the relationship between
Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.FxCopAnalyzers? What should my project have?
P.S. After creating a new project, I search NuGet for
Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.Analyzers package (which already exists in my project). It finds it and states my project has v1.1 and that it needs to upgrade it to v2.9.4. However, according to NuGet, v1.1 was released in 2015. This makes no sense as I am using VS2019 and there have been plenty of releases of this analyzer between 2015 and 2019.
However, when I upgrade the package to 2.9.4 - the analyzer has the same 3 rules that v1.1 had. So what exactly am I upgrading?...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Sep-30 at 18:18
This is described here: https://github.com/dotnet/roslyn-analyzers/blob/master/README.md
- Microsoft.CodeQuality.Analyzers is the package to use for running analyzers.
This package contains common code quality improvement rules that are not specific to usage of any particular API
- Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.Analyzers is for code analysis creators. So for creating an analyzer.
- Microsoft.CodeAnalysis.FxCopAnalyzers: This is the primary analyzer package for this repo that contains all the ported FxCop code analysis rules (CAxxxx).
My ci configuration isn't working with code quality stage:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Sep-03 at 05:57
code_quality stage is missing a
stage parameter. Include that as below:
I'm unable to get CA1062 (validate arguments of public methods) to evaluate.
I've also enabled CA1062 in the ruleset for the project, as per the image:
I've created this class to test if CA1062 (validate arguments of public methods) does evaluate:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Aug-19 at 16:28
I've recently removed all Analyzers and installed a higher version of the FxCop package on this project, and it solved the issue.
(I've added this in case any developer discovers this post and is still searching for a solution)
On this project: https://gitlab.com/tyvain/parcoursup/tree/master
I have a code quality stage:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Sep-05 at 03:59
I'm testing Gitlab AutoDevOps with my project. My problem is that AutoDevOps do a quality check, it passes, but I don't know where to find the result, is says it upload an artifact, but doesn't say where.
Here are the logs:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Feb-26 at 13:41
Indeed the answer was quite easy, gitlab uploaded it to the gitlab registry.
You can go to your-project > Registry, and then you will see a group/subgroup/project/autodevops element. Copy the link, and then you will be able to run the container
First you have to login:
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