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I’m not sure this is exactly a testing topic. I recently started using on some of my code. I was very impressed. It did find some real issues (mostly in tests, those tests weren’t doing what I intended). So: eastwood awesome! My trouble comes from a bunch of issues that eastwood found, but aren’t really in my code. It turns out that eastwood and (which I use) don’t play well together.


This does fix the problem, but it remains un-merged (and, therefore, unreleased).


I’d like to be able to run eastwood on Travis and fail my build if eastwood finds any issues. But, since I use slingshot’s (try+ …), eastwood always finds things to complain about.