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Re: [eclipse.org-project-leadership] Coverity Scan for Eclipse projects

And what about JIRA?

On Fri, May 31, 2013 15:34, Jason van Zyl wrote:
> Does this mean we can use Nexus Pro now at Eclipse?
>
> On May 31, 2013, at 3:22 PM, Ian Skerrett <ian.skerrett@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
>
>> All,
>>
>> Coverity is providing a static analysis service, called Coverity Scan,
>> for open source projects. They have created a Hudson plugin that will
>> automatically start the scan of an Eclipse project during your build.
>>
>> We have installed this plugin on the Hudson sandbox server so Eclipse
>> projects can test the Coverity Scan service. Details on how to enable
>> the scan are below. If you have any questions, please contact Dakshesh
>> Vyas (dvyas@xxxxxxxxxxxx) from Coverity.
>>
>> Regards,
>> Ian Skerrett
>>
>>
>> Steps in brief:
>>
>> 1.      Add Coverity Scan plugin to your build process on
>> https://hudson.eclipse.org/sandbox/
>> 2.      Register your project with Coverity Scan
>> a.       Note - Make sure to use the same project name as the project
>> name in ?Eclipse? job
>> 3.      Enter the ?Project token? received at the end of registration
>> process into the build step of ?Coverity Scan? plugin
>> a.      Note - Project token and Project name is being used to check for
>> valid registration.
>> 4.      That?s it ? Every time build is run, Coverity Scan will perform
>> static code analysis.
>>
>>
>> Steps in  Detail with Screenshot:-
>> 1.      Add Coverity Scan plugin to your build process on
>> https://hudson.eclipse.org/sandbox/
>> <image001.png>
>> 2.      Click on ?Click here to register? to register your project with
>> Coverity Scan
>> 3.      Sign-up using your email address with Coverity Scan
>> <image002.png>
>> 4.      Confirm your email by clicking on the confirm email link.
>>                                                     i.
>> <image003.jpg>
>>
>> 5.      Click on ?Add Project? and Register your project with Coverity
>> Scan
>>
>> <image004.png>
>> 6.      Note down the ?Project token? under ?Project Settings? page
>>
>> <image005.png>
>> 7.      Enter ?Project token? in plug-in
>>
>> <image006.png>
>> 8.      Once the code is analyzed, you will be able to view the summary
>> defects directly in the plug-in. Details of the defects can be viewed by
>> sign-in to Coverity Scan.
>>
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> Thanks,
>
> Jason
>
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