Re: lgtm integration (automated detection of bugs and problems for programming languages)
- Date: Thu, 21 Mar 2019 12:45:31 +0100
- From: Tomaz Canabrava <tcanabrava@xxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: lgtm integration (automated detection of bugs and problems for programming languages)
On Thu, Mar 21, 2019 at 11:36 AM Boudewijn Rempt <boud@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> It does look kind of interesting... But why doesn't it realize that there's some C++ in Krita?
Probably it does, but it failed to build because of dependencies, let me check.
Checked. It failed on timeout while building the c++ part.
I just retriggered a build (as last try was 2 months ago)
you can always go to 'add languge' to a software and add a new
language if the system couldn't pickup the real one.
there's also a .lgtm file that we can add to the repository to help
their tool to analize our source, if you want I can try to create one
> On donderdag 21 maart 2019 10:04:29 CET Tomaz Canabrava wrote:
> > Hello kdevelopers,
> > I'v come to know the lgtm.com this week and started to enjoy it quite
> > a bit. It provides code analisys for various languages like c/c++ /
> > information using a QL Schema + Deep learning.
> > It's opensource, and *already* runs thru all the kde codebase because
> > our code has a mirror on github (but it also supports gitlab,
> > bitbucket). Some of the code from kde can't be analized yet because of
> > unmatched dependencies, but here's an example of a software we all
> > know and love, being analized by their tools.
> > https://lgtm.com/projects/g/KDAB/GammaRay/alerts/?mode=list
> > I belive we should get in contact with them and ask for a ~formal~
> > partnership and integrate this into our phab / gitlab instances.
> > Tomaz