This plugin generates the trend report for CppCheck, a tool for static C/C++ code analysis.
The Cppcheck plug-in scans for Cppcheck report files in the build workspace and reports the issues detected during static C/C++ code analysis.
The following features are provided by this plug-in:
Version 1.15, 1.16.
The plugin expects that all paths in the input report file (cppcheck.xml) are relative to the workspace root directory. If the Cppcheck tool is executed from a sub-directory, the plugin will be unable to pair the paths in the report with the files on disk and the source codes with the highlighted errors won't be available in the details.
See the warning in the Console Output below. The invalid absolute path is missing SUBDIRECTORY between workspace and INPUT_DIRECTORY directories.
There are basically two solutions for this issue. The first one is to execute the Cppcheck analysis directly from the workspace root directory to make SUBDIRECTORY part of the path.
But the above solution is not much suitable for larger projects that are using for example recursive GNU/Make based build scripts where the Cppcheck analysis is executed for each sub-project (sub-directory). It is better to modify the paths in the report files after they are created.
The sed command above adds "SUBDIRECTORY/" to the beginning of the paths in the location elements. Note this method is not limited only to sed, you can use whatever tool that is able to replace string in a file.
Remote access API (REST API)
Use the URLs below to access the Cppcheck specific data.
Description of possibilities
Example of XML data:
Example of JSON data:
* Add option to not fail builds if a report is not found.
* Fix JENKINS-14908 - Enable Maven project support.
* Fix JENKINS-15707 - Cppcheck Trend graph is blank even though the plugin processes stats correctly
* Fix JENKINS-15523 - cppcheck: WARNING: Failed to resolve class
* Fix internal error by computing between newError and previousError: wrong inverse between performance severity and information severity
* Fix JENKINS-13657 - Cppcheck does not work with the "Flexible Publish Plugin"
* Fix JENKINS-13589 - Calculation errors of threshold crossing
* Fix JENKINS-12364 - Cannot drill down to source code with cppcheck when build source is checked out using SVN
* Fix JENKINS-11114 - Separate errors report on build report page by severity type.
* Fix reopened JENKINS-10368 - Wrong image dimension for Cppcheck Results link on Dashboard
* Fix JENKINS-12504 - cppcheck-plugin doesn't display the latest source when cppcheck-plugin is the cause of a build failure
* Merge pull request - Add a link to the line number
* Fix JENKINS-11096 - No cppcheck reports found if they stored in workspace
* Fix JENKINS-9178 - Cppcheck plugin missing files if used by a matrix project
This new version supports the new Cppcheck output format (version 2).
* Fixed JENKINS-9727 - Add Cppcheck version 2 support
* Fixed JENKINS-9726 - Cannot handle empty files
* Rerelease 0.14 to properly set required Jenkins version
* Fixed JENKINS-8559 - CppCheck links to last success or unstable build, even when the current build fails due to CppCheck errors
* Fixed JENKINS-6990 - List of files not correctly displayed when providing several XML files.
* Fixed JENKINS-8668 - Publish cppcheck results option not available in Ivy project
* Fixed issue #7448
* Fixed a java.lang.NullPointerException when the file attribute for an error is not specified.
* Integrated issue #6862 fix
* Added backward compatibility with the cppceck plugin 0.6 (except to display source code)
* An empty source file or a directory as a the value of the file attribute are managed for the cppcheck result file
* Added the ability to display cppcheck trend for each severity and the sum of all severities
: this version requires Hudson 1.321+.
* Some check boxes has been introduced to select the severities for build health
* Fixed building on slaves (java.io.NotSerializableException: java.io.PrintStream)
* Spelling correction
* Added remote API for the plug-in results
* Correction of the ambiguity of the analysis of workspace and module roots
* Collecting multiple analysis files
* Added the ability to go through source code
* Initial Release
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