Cloud March 29, 2019#
We now integrate with Bitbucket using OAuth2. This has allowed us to reduce the level of permissions we require when you integrate Codacy with your Bitbucket account.
We updated TSLint to version 5.14.0.
As a way of improving performance, we've stopped analysis for inactive, free, and open-source accounts and we've communicated to those impacted by this measure. This was done so we could allocate more resources to people that are actively using Codacy.
We removed the option to add projects using a Git URL. Projects that were added before February 12, 2019, will continue to be analyzed as usual.
As part of our performance improvement measures, we've implemented an upper limit of 150 Kb for file sizes that should be considered for analysis. This means that:
- These files won't show in the UI as ignored
- Some projects that weren't analyzing before will now be able to analyze
- Some projects will take less time to analyze
- Some projects will have fewer issues as third party libraries issues covered by this limit won't show
- Some projects will have more issues because the analysis batch in which they're inserted won't fail
- Although most of the files that are now being ignored will be third-party dependencies and generated files, there is still the chance that some files that are actually development code and should be analyzed won't be. This is a global setting and is currently not customizable per-client (that option is only available for Self-hosted customers)
- Fixed a bug where it wasn't possible to unignore a file
- Fixed a bug where it wasn't possible to add Bitbucket integration in the project Settings -> Integrations page
- Fixed a bug where pull requests weren't analyzing when a branch was renamed
- Fixed a bug where the "Unignore issue" button wasn't working
- Fixed a bug where webhook notifications were being sent with incomplete information
- Fixed a bug that prevented users to save changes in project Settings when using Firefox 61
- Fixed a bug with PHP_CodeSniffer "PHPCS_Internal" pattern that was generating false positives
- Fixed a bug with PHP_CodeSniffer deprecated parameters
WordPress.CSRF.NonceVerificationthat were generating false positives
- Fixed a bug that was causing Cppcheck to fail analysis
- Fixed a bug where the Merged Pull Requests view was showing a blank page
- Fixed a bug where it wasn't possible to invite new team members from the Commit page
- Fixed a bug where the Codacy status page link was broken
- Fixed a bug where it wasn't possible to remove a user from an organization if the user had a special character in the name
- Fixed a bug where some links in the https://security.codacy.com/ page were broken
- Fixed a bug where a user was having to confirm access to their Bitbucket account every time they logged in to Codacy
- Fixed a bug where the link to "See all files" on the coverage applet in the project dashboard wasn't clickable
- Fixed a typo in the Pull Requests page in the "possible fixed issues" message
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