Re: [eclipse.org-committers] Experience using GitHub verus Eclipse.org Hosted Git
Thanks for the link about Coverity and Travis.
I started working on getting Coverity set up on HIPP, but it got a bit
complex. The instructions (https://scan.coverity.com/faq#eclipse) at
the Coverity site are out of date. The next step would be to install
Coverity locally. This is a low priority item for me, so I have not
pushed to get it completed. See
https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=488602. My notes are at
On 4/5/16 11:32 PM, Oliver Kopp wrote:
2016-03-29 21:01 GMT+02:00 Steve Northover <snorthov@xxxxxxxxxx>:
Rather, I'm interested in things like GitHub Issues versus Bugzilla.
The great benefit of GitHub I see is the good integration of code
* Codacy - Statics analysis and code coverage tool - https://www.codacy.com/
* CodeCov - Code coverage by tests - https://codecov.io/
* Covertiy Scan - Static code analysis - https://scan.coverity.com/travis_ci
* Teamscale (upon negotiation with the company) - Static code
analysis - http://www.teamscale.com/
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