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sonarlint-eclipse - SonarLint for Eclipse


At this point you should be all set, unless Eclipse is not able to generate protobuf sources. Following the explanations here may help. As a workaround, you can run mvn compile on the command line to generate protobuf sources, and in Eclipse hit F5 on the project with build errors.Strange issues in Eclipse and their remedies.

sonarlint-intellij - SonarLint for IntelliJ


Import the project as a Gradle project.Note: whenever you change a Gradle setting (for example in build.gradle), don't forget to Refresh all Gradle projects in the Gradle toolbar.

sonarlint-visualstudio - SonarLint extension for VisualStudio


SonarLint is a Visual Studio 2015 and 2017 extension that provides on-the-fly feedback to developers on new bugs and quality issues injected into .NET code. SonarLint for Visual Studio is based on and benefits from the .NET Compiler Platform (aka "Roslyn") and its code analysis API to provide a fully-integrated user experience in Visual Studio 2015 and Visual Studio 2017. SonarLint is free, open source, and available in the Visual Studio Gallery.To provide feedback (request a feature, report a bug etc.), simply create a GitHub Issue. Alternatively you can use SonarQube Google Group or StackOverflow with the tag sonarlint-vs.

sonarlint-vscode - SonarLint for Visual Studio Code


SonarLint is a Visual Studio Code extension that provides on-the-fly feedback to developers on new bugs and quality issues injected into JavaScript, PHP and Python code.Simply open a JS, PHP or Python file, start coding, and you will start seeing issues reported by SonarLint. Issues are highlighted in your code, and also listed in the 'Problems' panel.




sonarlint-atom - SonarLint for Atom.io


SonarLint is an Atom extension that provides on-the-fly feedback to developers on new bugs and quality issues injected into JavaScript, TypeScript, PHP and Python code. Simply open a JS, TS, PHP or Python file within a project, start coding, and you will start seeing issues reported by SonarLint. Issues are highlighted in your code, and also listed in the 'Diagnostics' or 'Linter' panel. Note that only files within a project are analyzed.