url = firstname.lastname@example.org:apache/nifi.git
fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/github/*
fetch = +refs/pull/*/head:refs/remotes/github/pr/*
This is a developing standard and will be updated to reflect an agreed upon format further supported by the The maven-checkstyle-plugin. Our current checkstyle rules can be found here.TODO: Provide code formatters for the common IDEs enforces minimum code style requirements.
The checkstyle.xml configuration in the project root directory contains the current set of style rules.
IntelliJ IDEA Users
nifi-checkstyle.xml is a Checkstyle configuration file created by extracting
Steps for IntelliJ users:
- Download Checkstyle-IDEA plugin
- Install Download Checkstyle-IDEA plugin
- Install plugin by loading the downloaded zip from:
Install plugin from disk...
- After restarting IntelliJ, configure Checkstyle plugin to use NiFi Checkstyle configuration file from:
nifi-checkstyle.xmlin in Configuration File and activate it
- the configuration
Code formatter rules that adhere to our checkstyle rules can be found here.
Consider using the The Eclipse Checkstyle Plugin can be configured with our the project checkstyle rules to see what portions of your code are conflicting with our coding standard.
Consider installing these templates that help generate common Apache NiFi code snippets. TODO: provide link.xml to evaluate conformance with project coding standards.
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