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NAME

       check-all-the-things - Check all of the things!

DESCRIPTION

       usage: check-all-the-things [-h] [--jobs [N]] [--checks selectors]

       [--flags selectors] [--groups selectors] [--all]
              [--interrupt {quit,exit,skip}] [--interrupt-period N] [--silent-checks {show,hide}]
              [--suppressed-checks-lines N] [--commands {run,show}]

       This program is aimed at checking things related to packaging and software development. It
       automates  statical  analysis of code, QA checks, syntax checking, for a very large set of
       files.

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       --jobs [N], -j [N]
              passed to tools that can parallelize their checks (default: 1)

       --checks selectors, -c selectors
              alter the set of checks to be run based on  check  names  (example:  =  cppcheck  +
              lintian duck - duck)

       --flags selectors, -f selectors
              alter  the  set  of  checks  to  be run based on flag names (example: = dangerous +
              network - todo)

       --groups selectors, -g selectors
              alter the set of checks to be run based on group names (example: = audio c - mp3  +
              sh)

       --all, -a
              perform   checks  with  possibly  dangerous  side  effects.   (equivalent:  --flags
              +dangerous)

       --interrupt {quit,exit,skip}, -i {quit,exit,skip}
              when interrupted, quit or skip the current check (default: skip)

       --interrupt-period N, -ip N
              how many seconds to wait after an  interrupt  for  another  one  before  continuing
              (default: 0.5)

       --silent-checks {show,hide}
              what to do with checks that did not print any output (default: hide)

       --suppressed-checks-lines N
              output  lines  to  use  for  checks  per  suppression reason.  (<= -1: all, 0: only
              reasons, >= 1: N lines of checks) (default: 1)

       --commands {run,show}
              what to do with the commands for the chosen set of hooks (default: run)

       WARNING: since it checks so many things the output can be very verbose so don't use it  if
       you don't have time to go through the output to find problems.