SpotBugs is a program which uses static analysis to look for bugs in Java code.
Patterns to include in execution and reports.
Patterns to exclude from execution and reports.
Amount of CPU. The default machine has
0.75 CPU with
2880 MiB RAM.
Inspecode configures the maximum heap size (
-Xmx) of the Java virtual machine (JVM) according to this value.
240 MiB RAM for system, and makes the rest of RAM available to JVM for heap allocation.
-Xmx2640m is specified by default (for
-Xmx5520m is specified for
Below is the list of options that are supported:
General FindBugs options: -project <project> analyze given project -effort[:min|less|default|more|max] set analysis effort level -adjustExperimental lower priority of experimental Bug Patterns -workHard ensure analysis effort is at least 'default' -conserveSpace same as -effort:min (for backward compatibility) -userPrefs <filename> user preferences file, e.g /path/to/project/.settings/edu.umd.cs.findbugs.core.prefs for Eclipse projects Output options: -experimental report of any confidence level including experimental bug patterns -low report warnings of any confidence level -medium report only medium and high confidence warnings [default] -high report only high confidence warnings -maxRank <rank> only report issues with a bug rank at least as scary as that provided -dontCombineWarnings Don't combine warnings that differ only in line number -relaxed Relaxed reporting mode (more false positives!) -useTraining[:inputDir] Use training data (experimental); input dir defaults to '.' -redoAnalysis <filename> Redo analysis using configureation from previous analysis -sourceInfo <filename> Specify source info file (line numbers for fields/classes) -nested[:true|false] analyze nested jar/zip archives (default=true) Output filtering options: -bugCategories <cat1[,cat2...]> only report bugs in given categories -onlyAnalyze <classes/packages> only analyze given classes and packages; end with .* to indicate classes in a package, .- to indicate a package prefix -excludeBugs <baseline bugs> exclude bugs that are also reported in the baseline xml output -exclude <filter file> exclude bugs matching given filter -include <filter file> include only bugs matching given filter -applySuppression Exclude any bugs that match suppression filter loaded from fbp file Detector (visitor) configuration options: -visitors <v1[,v2...]> run only named visitors -omitVisitors <v1[,v2...]> omit named visitors -chooseVisitors <+v1,-v2,...> selectively enable/disable detectors -choosePlugins <+p1,-p2,...> selectively enable/disable plugins -adjustPriority <v1=(raise|lower)[,...]> raise/lower priority of warnings for given visitor(s) Project configuration options: -auxclasspath <classpath> set aux classpath for analysis -auxclasspathFromFile <filepath> read aux classpaths from a designated file -sourcepath <source path> set source path for analyzed classes -analyzeFromFile <filepath> get the list of class/jar files from a designated file Inspecode's original options: -targets <jar/zip/class files, directories...> specify classfiles/jarfiles from command line. > **Note:** Targets need to be specified by -project, -analyzeFromFile, or -targets option in order to run SpotBugs on Inspecode.
No tool specific severity levels are available.
No tool specific experimental options are available.
With default options:
inspecode: tools: spotbugs: default
With custom machine:
inspecode: tools: spotbugs: machine: cpu: 1.5 # 1.5 CPU, 5760 MiB RAM
With custom options:
inspecode: tools: spotbugs: options: -effort: min