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Code Climate CLI<br>

Overview

codeclimate is a command line interface for the Code Climate analysis
platform. It allows you to run Code Climate engines on your local machine inside
of Docker containers.

Prerequisites

The Code Climate CLI is distributed and run as a
Docker image. The engines that perform the actual
analyses are also Docker images. To support this, you must have Docker installed
and running locally. We also require that the Docker daemon supports connections
on the default Unix socket /var/run/docker.sock.

On OS X, we recommend using Docker Machine.

Installation

docker pull codeclimate/codeclimate

Usage

docker run \
  --interactive --tty --rm \
  --env CODECLIMATE_CODE="$PWD" \
  --volume "$PWD":/code \
  --volume /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock \
  --volume /tmp/cc:/tmp/cc \
  codeclimate/codeclimate help

Packages

The above is very transparent. It's clear what's happening, and any changes
required to work with your specific Docker setup can be discovered easily. That
said, it can be unwieldy to invoke such a command on a regular basis.

For this reason, we also provide packages that include a small wrapper script
for the above invocation:

OS X

brew tap codeclimate/formulae
brew install codeclimate

To update the brew package, use brew update first:

brew update
brew upgrade codeclimate

Anywhere

curl -L https://github.com/codeclimate/codeclimate/archive/master.tar.gz | tar xvz
cd codeclimate-* && sudo make install

Commands

A list of available commands is accessible by running codeclimate or
codeclimate help.

$ codeclimate help

Available commands:
    analyze [-f format]
    console
    engines:disable engine_name
    engines:enable engine_name
    engines:install
    engines:list
    engines:remove
    help
    init
    validate-config
    version

The following is a brief explanation of each available command.

  • analyze: Analyze all relevant files in the current working directory. All engines that are enabled in your .codeclimate.yml file will run, one after another. The -f (or format) argument allows you to set the output format of the analysis (using json or text).
  • console: start an interactive session providing access to the classes within the CLI. Useful for engine developers and maintainers.
  • engines:disable engine_name: Changes the engine's enabled: node to be false in your .codeclimate.yml file. This engine will not be run the next time your project is analyzed.
  • engines:enable engine_name: Installs the specified engine (engine_name). Also changes the engine's enabled: node to be true in your .codeclimate.yml file. This engine will be run the next time your project is analyzed.
  • engines:install: Compares the list of engines in your .codeclimate.yml file to those that are currently installed, then installs any missing engines.
  • engines:list: Lists all available engines in the Code Climate Docker Hub.
  • engines:remove engine_name: Removes an engine from your .codeclimate.yml file.
  • help: Displays a list of commands that can be passed to the Code Climate CLI.
  • init: Generates a new .codeclimate.yml file in the current working directory.
  • validate-config: Validates the .codeclimate.yml file in the current working directory.
  • version: Displays the current version of the Code Climate CLI.

Copyright

See LICENSE

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