All of your project quality status and settings.
Project in DeepScan corresponds to a GitHub or GitLab repository.
Basic layout of the project page is divided into the below:
- Team Name: Select and navigate to the team
- Project Name: The name of the project. It consists of <user name>/<repository name>.
- Overview, Issues, Files, and Settings views
- GitHub: Go to the GitHub repository
You can see an overall status of the project by the branch.
You can see analyzed and non-analyzed branches of the project and switch between branches.
Badge lets you share the status to the communities or organizations you belong to.
To add a badge to your project, copy and paste Markdown or HTML into your repository's README file.
Note: The default file type of a badge is SVG. When you can't use it due to security concerns, you can use PNG. Just replace
.svg in the url with
Share your result with your friends via email.
Commit Message and Last Analyzed
On the left side, you can see the latest commit message of the repository.
On the right side, you can see the last analyzed time of the project.
You can see how your project has changed over time.
Trends chart tracks the number of unresolved issues over time. Each line represents the count by high, medium, low-impact and total respectively.
When hovering over a dot in the line, you can see the number of issues.
You can directly see the number of issues by impacts (high, medium, and low) so you get to know which severity of problems are involved in your project.
Information about the issues in the project.
- Get a list of all issues.
- View a small code snippet for each issue. We display a code snippet in above 3 lines and below 1 line around the line where an issue is detected.
- Sort and filter issues.
Information about the files in the project.
- Get a list of all analyzed files.
- View issues for each file.
- View file and download it.
You can configure the project to your preferences.
- Delete project.
- Configure rules. You can select or deselect the rules to apply project analysis. For configuration changes to take effect, you need to reanalyze.
- Configure patterns to exclude files or directories from the analysis.