Sonar R Plugin
Adds support for R language into SonarQube. Currently, it uses output from lintr tool which is processed by the plugin and uploaded into SonarQube server.
- reporting issues found by LintR (by processing its output)
- syntax highlighting
- code coverage
- code statistics (e.g. number of lines of code)
Developing a plugin on SonarQube official documentation.
Run SonarQube Locally with the Plugin
Installed Java 11 is required to run SonarQube server.
Repeat previous steps for any changes made in the plugin:
Check logs in different terminal session:
Web UI is running here (admin access defaults: )
Add SonarQube into a Project
Follow standard procedure to add SonarQube analysis to existing project: https://docs.sonarqube.org/display/SONAR/Analyzing+Source+Code
In case the local SonarQube instance should be used, just update SonarQube server URL to .
For example in :
Script for the release steps:
Travis CI build does the release process in Github.
What it does:
- derive release version from current SNAPSHOT in POM
- create new release branch
- commit release version into POM
- create tag
- generate new development version by increasing last number
- checkout master
- commit new development version
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