Supported languages and tools#
Codacy uses industry-leading tools to perform automatic static code analysis over 40 supported languages and frameworks:
For programming languages Codacy provides static analysis as well as code duplication, code complexity, and code coverage metrics for key languages.
For cloud infrastructure-as-code frameworks Codacy provides static analysis to enforce security and compliance best practices.
The table below lists all languages and frameworks that Codacy supports and the corresponding tools that Codacy uses to analyze your source code. Besides this, Codacy uses cloc to calculate the source lines of code for all supported languages and supports multiple code coverage report formats.
1: Supported as a client-side tool.
2: Currently, Cppcheck only supports checking the MISRA guidelines for C.
3: Currently, Codacy only supports including the packages lints and flutter_lints on dartanalyzer configuration files.
4: Currently, Codacy doesn't support any static code analysis tool for Ruby 3.1.
5: Supports reporting warnings or errors on functions above specific complexity thresholds. Enable the rule Cyclomatic Complexity on the Code patterns page, or use a configuration file to customize the thresholds.
🔧: Supports suggesting fixes for identified issues.
Docker images of supported tools#
Codacy adds support for new languages and tools by using a Docker image to run each tool.
The following table lists the Codacy GitHub repositories corresponding to each supported tool. Use these repositories to check the version and extra plugins supported by each tool, or to submit GitHub issues related to each tool.
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