Make sure that you compile your source code with debug information on (to get the line numbers in the Java bytecode). The SonarQube Java plugin alone already covers all the Checkstyle and PMD rules - which is why the related plugins are no more bundled in SonarQube. FindBugs has been downloaded more than a million times. I was wondering what the differences are between the SonarQube Java analyzer versus FindBugs/CheckStyle/PMD. SonarLint - An IDE extension to detect and fix issues as you write code.
Compiled code. SonarQube is an open source tool with 3.88K GitHub stars and 1.09K GitHub forks. I'm a long-time SonarQube user and I always thought that the Java analyzer included those 3 analyzers - but I see here in this group plugin updates for them, which implies they are separate. FindBugs was the most-used tool in the Code Quality space according to our survey results. Debug is usually on by default unless you're compiling with Ant, in which case, you will need to turn it on explicitly. FindBugs requires the compiled classes to run.
FindBugs and SonarQube can be primarily classified as "Code Review" tools. Concerning Findbugs, most rules are complementary to the SonarQube Java plugin rules. Created by the University of Maryland, it actually scans your code for bugs, breaking down the list of … Here's a link to SonarQube's open source repository on GitHub.
So you can get rid of those plugins and forget the related rules. The default is 600,000 milliseconds, which is ten minutes. They do it, because they don't want to spend their time fixing, upgrading (or waiting on it) those libraries (e.g. FindBugs requires the compiled classes to run. SonarQube is currently on the way to deprecate PMD, Checkstyle and Findbugs and use their own technology to analyze Java code (called SonarJava). … FindBugs sonarqube.org Source Code Changelog Integrates other analysis components via plugins and provides an overview of the metrics over time. - No public GitHub repository available - FindBugs - An open-source static code analyser.
Timeout (sonar.findbugs.timeout): Specifies the amount of time, in milliseconds, that FindBugs may run before it is assumed to be hung and is terminated.