Format all files with
prettier VSCode plugin and add
yamllint in CI #413
@justusbunsi to end my formatting mess... ;)
I am not fully sure myself about the linebreaks in
values.yaml but I don't think there's an easy way to change that behavior.
@pat-s can we add a lint step to CI to ensure it stay like this?
Good idea! https://github.com/cytopia/docker-yamllint looks promising to me. Let's see if I can get it configured quickly.
@6543 Not sure if it covers all cases but I don't have resources now to check for each edge case :)
I'd argue: "better than before" ?
@justusbunsi I'm gonna merge this so I don't have to rebase another dozen times :) If something is troubling us afterwards, we can still account/adapt.
helm dependency update: it won't change indentation when nothing has changed in chart.yaml. If this file has a change on the dependency version, the update command will rewrite the lock file and resets the manually changed indentation. I've tested those two cases prior to mentioning it. But thinking about it: since changing the dep version requires rewriting the lock file anyway, it's nothing to be concerned about.
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Deleting a branch is permanent. Although the deleted branch may continue to exist for a short time before it actually gets removed, it CANNOT be undone in most cases. Continue?