# Frequently Asked Questions

# I would like to try DeepSource. How to do that?

Sure. You can run analysis on public repositories for free, forever. If you would like to try a private repository, we offer unlimited analysis for one private repository for 7 days. No credit card required. Post this period, you can choose a plan depending on your needs.

# What are the available modes of payment?

We use Stripe to process our payments. You can use a credit card to pay for both monthly/yearly plans. If your spend is at least $1000 per month, we can invoice you manually. Get in touch with billing@deepsource.io

# Which languages do you support?

We have core support for Python and Go at the moment. JavaScript in near future.

# Which providers do you support?

Only GitHub at the moment. Gitlab is in the works.

# Is there a sample .deepsource.toml for python to start with?

version = 1

test_patterns = [
  "tests/",
  "api/test_*.py"
]

[[analyzers]]
name = "python"
enabled = true
runtime_version = "3.x.x"

# Is there a sample .deepsource.toml for go to start with?

version = 1

[[analyzers]]
name = "go"
enabled = true

  [[analyzers.meta]]
  import_path = "github.com/username/repository"

# Should I have to pay for open-source projects?

No. Part of our systems are built on Open-Source software. DeepSource is and will be free to use for Open-Source.

# Do you have plans for students and non-profit organizations?

After signing up, write to us at support@deepsource.io and we will grant applicable credits to your account.

# Why do you require write permission for a single file?

When granting permission, we request access only to a single file -- that is .deepsource.toml. With this permission, we can't write to any other file except the pre-defined .deepsource.toml. We are working with GitHub to make this clearer in their installation page.

# I have feedback.

Please let us know via Send feedback button on right top of the navbar or write to us at support@deepsource.io

Last Updated: 11/13/2019, 12:31:56 PM