coala 0.4 – eucalyptus

Hi! I’m happy to announce coala 0.4.0 eucalyptus – the pre-FOSDEM release of the code analysis framework that truly works for any language.

Take a look at our awesome release ASCII art, this time made by Christian Witt!

    88        .o88Oo._
   8 |8      d8P         .ooOO8bo._
  8  | 8     88                  '*Y8bo.
  8\ | /8    YA                      '*Y8b   __
 8  \|/ 8     YA                        68o68**8Oo.
 8\  Y  8      "8D                       *"'    "Y8o
 8 \ | /8       Y8     'YB                       .8D
8   \|/ /8     '8               d8'             8D
8\   Y / 8       8       d8888b          d      AY
8 \ / /  8       Y,     d888888         d'  _.oP"
8  \|/  8         q.    Y8888P'        d8
8   Y   8          "q.  `Y88P'       d8"
 8  |  8             Y           ,o8P
  8 | 8                    oooo888P"

Of course, this release features more than a neat graphic. Apart from lots of internal changes and bug fixes we polished the auto application of results a bit. We also added the ability to check the commit message of the HEAD commit. This release, although quite small with only about a hundred commits, we had six new contributors with accepted patches, while some other newcomers already have something in the making. Thank you all for your interest and support!

For more information and the changelog, check out https://github.com/coala-analyzer/coala/releases. To get live updates on what we’re doing, we’re using twitter since a few weeks: https://twitter.com/coala_analyzer.

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