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How to install SonarQube, SonarLint

1. SonarLint for Eclipse SonarLint is available an stand-alone extension for the Eclipse IDE. You can install SonarLint into Eclipse via the marketplace client. The update site is http://eclipse.sonarlint.org. See Sonar on Eclipse for details. 2. Installation of SonarQube Running SonarQube via Docker is as simple as the following command. You can now login your local Sonar server on http://localhost:9000/ with the admin user and the admin password. Click on: Create your first project. This will allow you to create an access token which you […]

What is lint?

A linter or lint refers to tools that analyze source code to flag programming errors, bugs, stylistic errors, and suspicious constructs.[ The term originates from a Unixutility that examined C language source code. The analysis performed by lint-like tools can also be performed by an optimizing compiler, which aim to generate faster code. In his original 1978 paper, Johnson addressed this issue, concluding that “the general notion of having two programs is a good one” because they concentrated on different things, thereby allowing the programmer to “concentrate at […]