This page does not make sense, errors can be found in the IDE on build, and usually are warned about before commits.
Using GitHub Actions to find errors in your mod.
GitHub actions is a very useful service that is provided free to public and private repositories. It allows you to automatically run commands or *actions* when an event happens.
To find errors, we'll be using the
First of all, create a file called error_action.yml in
.github/workflows/ where your git repository is.
Put the following inside:
name: Gradle Error Checker on: [ push, pull_request ] jobs: build: runs-on: ubuntu-latest steps: - name: Checkout uses: actions/checkout@v2 with: fetch-depth: 0
This will run the
Checkout step when a pull request is made or a commit is push.
However, we want it to lint our code and find those darn errors.
Luckily for us, GitHub has a built in tool that can help us with that called SuperLinter.
To add super linter, add the following underneath the
- name: Check for errors. uses: github/super-linter@v3 env: VALIDATE_ALL_CODEBASE: false
VALIDATE_ALL_CODEBASE: false option makes sure we dont waste our time linting stuff that has already been checked. Superlinter will only check the files that have been changed in the commit or pull request. You can set this to true if you want to check the entire code.
Now, if an error is found. Github reports it to us!
Aha! GitHub has found an error for us!
/home/runner/work/MyRepo/MyMod/src/main/java/com/mymod/blocks/MyModBlocks.java:65: error: variable RAINBOW_GRASS not initialized in the default constructor public static final Block RAINBOW_GRASS;