You can check the style of a GitHub repository below. Enter any repository, such as scikit-hep/hist, and the branch you want to check, such as main (it must exist). This will produce a list of results - green checkmarks mean this rule is followed, red errors mean the rule is not. A yellow warning sign means that the check was skipped because a previous required check failed. Some checks will fail, that’s okay - the goal is bring all possible issues to your attention, not to force compliance with arbitrary checks.

You can also run this tool locally (Python 3.10+ required):

pipx run 'sp-repo-review[cli]' <path to repo>

Loading (requires javascript and WebAssembly)...

Open in new page.