It is our pleasure to announce that GitLab is now supported on DeepSource as a first-class provider. This means if you host your code on GitLab, you can now start using DeepSource with your personal accounts or groups in just a couple of clicks.
To connect a new GitLab account with DeepSource, just click on
Add new account in the dashboard switcher:
Dashboard → Add a new account
Connect your GitLab account by selecting
Connect with GitLab. After you’ve granted the necessary permissions to DeepSource, you’d be able to choose either your personal GitLab account or a group that you’re a part of with DeepSource.
Choose a GitLab account
And that’s it! All your projects from GitLab would be available on DeepSource, and you can configure continuous quality analysis just by adding a
.deepsource.toml in the project’s root. Once you’ve activated the analysis on a project, all merge requests created would be analyzed automatically and a comment will be added on GitLab with the results.
Analysis results as comments on GitLab merge requests
It is now possible to mark issues as intentional violations, or report a false-positive. In the
Issues tab of your repositories, you can find a new option,
Ignore this occurrence... on all issue occurrences. This makes it super easy to tweak the results to suit your context.
Ignore issue occurrences from Issues tab
On issues raised in an analysis run for a pull-request, you can now also mark issues to be fixed later. These issues will be exempted from the current analysis, but will still be synced to the
Issues tab when the branched gets merged to the default branch. This way, it’s easy to keep track and fix these issues later.
Ignore issue occurrences from analysis runs
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