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In case anyone is interested, I have created and published a Grails plugin (http://grails.org/plugin/tattletale) that automatically generates the Tattletale reports based on the provided configuration. The sourc... Perhaps Tattletale could follow the example of Ant 1.9 and require Java 5 as a baseline? Both ArchiveTypes and ReportSeverity could be simplified as enums. Then there other sources of unneccessary verbosity, like ex... IMHO, RAR could be treated as a kind of WAR, couldn't it? IMHO, it would be convenient to use Ant project properties with a certain prefix (say, "tattletale") to configure Tattletale. In my current implementation, this prefix is hardcoded. Perhaps it would make sense adding... I work on a project where we needed to analyze nested archives on a jar level (and even try to divide WEB-INF/classes in separate "bundles"). This helped to uncover errors in build rules and componentize WEB-INF/clas... Yet another feature: skip extraction of thousands of html/css/icon files (yep, that's the case over here) P.S. "Not allowed to post content more than once every 900 seconds" is silly, can it be lowered or conf... IMHO, TTALE-213 uncovers a broader problem with HTML generation in Tattletale: not only writeHtmlHead() (which is the source of broken HTML) is duplicated in every report extending NestableReport but also writeHtmlBod... The complete analysis of a WAR must include an analysis of its JSP's. Currently, the easiest way seems to be: extract .jsp(f) and .tld files, compile them with Jasper, roll .class files into .jar(s), add archives to ... Now that Oracle has ended public support for Java 5 and 6, shouldn't one add Java 7 profiles? And, while we are at that, current JDK/JRE profiles are apparently based on old Linux releases. Shouldn't profiles be bas... Hi, I use this wonderful tool for a while. It helps me a lot maintenancing my projects to be "fit" However, I miss one option in tattletale which can be helpful in maintenance of API: Me... Could this be also allowed in tattletale-maven? mvn org.jboss.tattletale:tattletale-maven:report -Dsource=. -Ddestination=tattletale-report
Currently it only takes config from XML... $ mvn org.jb... Hi, as we are using Tattletale quite a lot for JBoss products I plan to create a Tattletale plugin for Jenkins/Hudson  that would allow easy execution and configuration of the tattletale tool directly from ... Hi all, I'm a newbie to both tattletale and OSGI. I'm in the process of scanning a set of osgi bundles to find duplicate jars,unused jars, duplicated classes in the bundle class-path. My objective is to remove... Here are my thoughts on TTALE-185 - which currently focuses specific profiles. I think we should have a general profiles report which for each archive lists Which activated profiles does it depend on (l... Implementation thoughts: - Create ModuleProfile creator class that can creates the profile containing the classes. It could create a JBoss AS 7 profile in a single file, or it could create a profile for ... I have look at the patch attached to https://issues.jboss.org/browse/TTALE-176. A couple of things Looks like it isn't up-to-date against latest SVN trunk Missing user guide documentation Unnecessary up... Hi, Without additional configuration, ran the tatletale in my project. No error was printed on the command line, and no report was generated .... I rode straight over the project and also the jar generated by... Tattletale "complains" that pax-logging-api and pax-logging-service both contain org.apache.log4j (and some sub packages), but these are different things: the log4j stuff in -service is "internal", not exported (this ... Am I blind or there's no report with versions of all jars together? I saw "Black listed (ERROR)" at https://hudson.qa.jboss.com/hudson/job/eap43-tattletale/javadoc/ when actually there are no entries. Seems like a minor error.