The compatibility matrix of the Checkstyle ecosystem has been improved and now offers a highlight feature to help you point out specific columns, rows, or cells.
You may now append a query parameter
hl to the compatibility matrix URL to specify the cells to highlight,
The above would highlight the row about Checkstyle 8.4.
A more complex example would be this one:
resulting in multiple rows and columns to be highlighed in differing colors:
The type Multi allows a semicolon-separated list of any of the above (row, column, or cell; either single or ranged).
When specifying a range, take care that
- both elements of the range are of the same type (e.g.
8.4-Fis mixed up), and
- the element that comes first in the table comes first in the range (e.g.
8.4-8.0are good, but
The color of each row, column, or cell (range) may be selected by appending the color in square brackets.
Yellow is also the default, when no color is given. When areas with different colors overlap, the higher-precendence color is used on the overlap.