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|Developer(s)||Bill Pugh and David Hovemeyer|
|Initial release||10 June 2006|
|Stable release||3.0.1 / March 6, 2015|
|Type||Static code analysis|
|License||Lesser GNU General Public License|
FindBugs is an open source static code analyser created by Bill Pugh and David Hovemeyer which detects possible bugs in Java programs. Potential errors are classified in four ranks: (i) scariest, (ii) scary, (iii) troubling and (iv) of concern. This is a hint to the developer about their possible impact or severity. FindBugs operates on Java bytecode, rather than source code. The software is distributed as a stand-alone GUI application. There are also plug-ins available for Eclipse, NetBeans, IntelliJ IDEA, Gradle, Hudson, Maven. and Jenkins.
Additional rule sets can be plugged in FindBugs to increase the set of checks performed.
- "FindBugs 1.0.0 release date".
- "FindBugs, Part 1: Improve the quality of your code".
- "FindBugs, Part 2: Writing custom detectors".
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- "Static Code Analysis in the NetBeans IDE Java Editor".
- idea-findbugs plug-in
- "Google Project Hosting".
- "QAPlug – quality assurance plugin".
- "FindBugs Plugin".
- "fb-contrib™: A FindBugs™ auxiliary detector plugin".
- Official website
- List of bug patterns
- fb-contrib: additional bug detectors for FindBugs
- FindSecurityBugs: additional security-oriented bug detectors for FindBugs
- FindBugs-IDEA – The FindBugs Plugin for IntelliJ IDEA
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