DeepScan for IntelliJ

DeepScan provides a plugin which enables you to see bugs and quality issues on the fly in your IntelliJ and WebStorm.

Provided to limited partners only

Overview

DeepScan for IntelliJ helps you to see bugs and quality issues on the fly in your IntelliJ and WebStorm. Once you enable it for the project, the builder is added and analyzes the project.

  • Report issues in the editor on the fly (on typing).
  • Integrate with Inspection Results view for the whole project.
  • Highlight issues in the code.
  • Easy rule settings.
IntelliJ plugin

Requirements

Requires Oracle JRE 8 or OpenJDK 8.

Settings

DeepScan for IntelliJ provides project-specific settings.

IntelliJ Settings

Enable

Enable or disable DeepScan inspection for the project.

Ignore Rules

You can filter and select rules to ignore by de-selecting a checkbox in the table.

Ignore Patterns

Specify pattern of files to ignore. Each pattern follows the gitignore format.

You can ignore paths also for ESLint by selecting Apply also to ESLint checkbox.

ESLint

Run ESLint. You can see the ESLint alarms with DeepScan's.

Node.js and eslint package are required in the local or global. Note that NODE_PATH environment variable is necessary to load the eslint module installed in global.

  • Enable: Enable or disable ESLint.
  • Node interpreter: Specify Node.js executable when you don't have it in the PATH.