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engine credo:stable failed with status 1 and stderr 
** (ArgumentError) argument error
    :erlang.binary_to_existing_atom("Elixir.Credo.Check.Warning.NameRedeclarationByAssignment", :utf8)
    (elixir 1.11.3) src/elixir_aliases.erl:109: :elixir_aliases.safe_concat/1
    (credo 1.4.1) lib/credo/exs_loader.ex:79: Credo.ExsLoader.process_exs/1
    (elixir 1.11.3) lib/enum.ex:1411: Enum."-map/2-lists^map/1-0-"/2
    (elixir 1.11.3) lib/enum.ex:1411: Enum."-map/2-lists^map/1-0-"/2
    (credo 1.4.1) lib/credo/exs_loader.ex:106: Credo.ExsLoader.process_map_item/2
    (credo 1.4.1) lib/credo/exs_loader.ex:100: Credo.ExsLoader.process_map/2
    (elixir 1.11.3) lib/enum.ex:1411: Enum."-map/2-lists^map/1-0-"/2

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26 SCSS Lint issues found
(Out of 63 issues found)

  • Selector should have depth of applicability no greater than 4, but was 5.

    Reported by SCSS Lint

    Nested selectors are highly coupled to the DOM structure, they will produce less efficient selectors and they compromises the readability of your code although it reduces the duplication of parent selectors. It is recommended to follow the inception rule in such scenarios.

    You can reduce this nesting by introducing new selectors targeting the nested elements instead of relying in their parent / child dependency.

    assets/css/template/_stats.scss
    
        
        .count-info {
          font-weight: bold;
          white-space: nowrap;
  • Selector should have depth of applicability no greater than 4, but was 5.

    Reported by SCSS Lint

    Nested selectors are highly coupled to the DOM structure, they will produce less efficient selectors and they compromises the readability of your code although it reduces the duplication of parent selectors. It is recommended to follow the inception rule in such scenarios.

    You can reduce this nesting by introducing new selectors targeting the nested elements instead of relying in their parent / child dependency.

    assets/css/template/_stats.scss
          @media (max-width: 575px) {
            &.wrap {
              display: inline-block;
            }
  • Selector should have depth of applicability no greater than 4, but was 5.

    Reported by SCSS Lint

    Nested selectors are highly coupled to the DOM structure, they will produce less efficient selectors and they compromises the readability of your code although it reduces the duplication of parent selectors. It is recommended to follow the inception rule in such scenarios.

    You can reduce this nesting by introducing new selectors targeting the nested elements instead of relying in their parent / child dependency.

    assets/css/template/_stats.scss
    
        
            &.no-wrap {
              display: inline-block;
            }
  • Selector should have depth of applicability no greater than 4, but was 5.

    Reported by SCSS Lint

    Nested selectors are highly coupled to the DOM structure, they will produce less efficient selectors and they compromises the readability of your code although it reduces the duplication of parent selectors. It is recommended to follow the inception rule in such scenarios.

    You can reduce this nesting by introducing new selectors targeting the nested elements instead of relying in their parent / child dependency.

    assets/css/template/_stats.scss
    
        
            &.no-wrap {
              display: none;
            }
  • Selector should have depth of applicability no greater than 4, but was 5.

    Reported by SCSS Lint

    Nested selectors are highly coupled to the DOM structure, they will produce less efficient selectors and they compromises the readability of your code although it reduces the duplication of parent selectors. It is recommended to follow the inception rule in such scenarios.

    You can reduce this nesting by introducing new selectors targeting the nested elements instead of relying in their parent / child dependency.

    assets/css/template/_stats.scss
          @media (min-width: 576px) {
            &.wrap {
              display: none;
            }
  • !important should not be used.

    Reported by SCSS Lint

    assets/css/template/_user.scss
    .user-edit a {
      font-weight: 400 !important;
    }
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