XCBeautify now features an output format option for GitHub Actions.
To utilize this function, simply run
xcbeautify and add the
--renderer github-actions flag during execution.
xcodebuild [flags] | xcbeautify --renderer github-actions
When you use the GitHub Actions renderer, xcbeautify formats output that harnesses workflow commands to highlight warnings, errors, and other results directly within the GitHub user interface.
When you run a pull request check with the GitHub Actions renderer, you’ll find all xcodebuild results and feedback in the
Annotations section of the run summary.
Furthermore, you’ll find native inline feedback on PRs. This includes compiler warnings, compiler errors, and test failures.
By using this feature, you may avoid the need for additional third-party tools, such as Danger and related dependencies, to report a summary of xcodebuild output.
As of 0.21.0, xcbeautify adds the
Renderer specifies the way you want xcbeautify to format its output.
Historically, xcbeautify has only supported one command line output format. This is now the format provided by the
TerminalRenderer, and it’s the default option.
Renderer provides the groundwork to add other output formats, such as for other CI/CD providers.
If you’d like to learn more about this change, you can find the introductory pull request here.
Thank you to Eli Perkins for providing support and direction on this change and supporting GitHub Actions annotations.
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