Introducing code pattern configurations is among key exciting moments. Particularly as features that our users have asked in the last few months.
Code pattern configurations
We’re introducing a way to configure your code patterns for your project and then apply the same configuration to other projects.
Furthmore, we’re allowing you to import configuration files (for example .jshintrc) and work with that.
You can define default selections and customize the projects you want.
Here’s what it looks like:
On every project inside your code pattern settings, you now have the configuration option:
With it you can export or import new configuration files for your project.
Here’s what the import looks like:
You can not only import our codacy-conf.json files but also your .jshintrc conf files. We’ll continue to add more types of config files for your tools.
This is important because now you don’t lose any of your already existing code analysis configurations. Also, you get to share them between your projects and other people if you so like.
We re-designed our filtering scheme for our issues and code pattern lists.
This new interface will allow you to see new ways of drilling down into your code problems or your code patterns. We’re excited about some of the few things we’ll be doing with them in the near future.
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Thanks for your time. Please do reach out with ideas regarding what config files we should include next.
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