You can easily remove them using vim, here are the steps:
- In your terminal, open the file using vim:
- Remove all BOM characters:
This gist contains information on code scanning soon to be added to https://govready-q.readthedocs.io/en/latest/Test.html
GovReady-Q's unit tests and integration tests are currently combined. Our integration tests uses Selenium to simulate user interactions with the interface.
To run the integration tests, you'll also need to install chromedriver:
Step-by-step guide to creating compliance apps using docker version of GovReady-Q Commpliance Server.
We need a place to download GovReady's install script, a place for GovReady's local sqlite database, and finally a place to store our apps for local development.
These places can be any directory path. For simplicity, let's create a single directory to store the install script and sqlite database and a subdirectory for local compliance app development.
See: Apple Forum Answer
This post explains how I am using OpenControl and ComplianceLib, a couple of tools from the emerging discipline of supply chain compliance documentation automation, to manage re-usable compliance documentation content applicable to multiple systems at multiple government agencies.
The post shares how the real world example of mapping the 800-53 controls to Drupal projects (e.g., plugins) was solved by documenting the controls once in a publicly available repository using the OpenControl data format and then programmatically generating customized documents private system documentation using the open source ComplianceLib software library and a bit of Python`.
Re-usable, iteratively written compliance content would be a blessing. I write iteratively. I make typographical errors. Others suggest revisions. Documenting and maintaining mappings betweem system components and compliance control