The app will check new opened and reopened issues if they include some specific contents. Issues not passed will be commented then closed.
.github/issue-close-app.ymlfile in your repo. Here's an example:
# Comment that will be sent if an issue is judged to be closed comment: "This issue is closed because it does not meet our issue template. Please read it." issueConfigs: # There can be several configs for different kind of issues. - content: # Example 1: bug report - "Expected Behavior" - "Current Behavior" - "Steps to Reproduce" - "Detailed Description" - content: # Example 2: feature request - "Motivation / Use Case" - "Expected Behavior" - "Other Information" # The issue is judged to be legal if it includes all keywords from any of these two configs. # Or it will be closed by the app.
The config file is required to run this app. And there is no default config. If the app can not find a valid config file, it will ignore requests from the repo.
2. Install the close-issue-app.