Go analysis support for CodeQL
It contains two major components:
- an extractor, itself written in Go, that parses Go source code and converts it into a database that can be queried using CodeQL.
- static analysis libraries and queries written in QL that can be used to analyze such a database to find coding mistakes or security vulnerabilities.
The goal of this project is to provide comprehensive static analysis support for Go in CodeQL.
For the queries and libraries that power CodeQL support for other languages, visit the CodeQL repository.
Simply clone this repository. There are no external dependencies.
If you want to use the CodeQL extension for Visual Studio Code, import this repository into your VS Code workspace.
To analyze a Go codebase, either use the CodeQL command-line interface to create a database yourself, or download a pre-built database from LGTM.com. You can then run any of the queries contained in this repository either on the command line or using the VS Code extension.
Note that the lgtm.com branch of this repository corresponds to the version of the queries that is currently deployed on LGTM.com. The main branch may contain changes that have not been deployed yet, so you may need to upgrade databases downloaded from LGTM.com before running queries on them.
The code in this repository is licensed under the MIT license.
Package autobuilder implements a simple system that attempts to run build commands for common build frameworks, if the relevant files exist.
|Package autobuilder implements a simple system that attempts to run build commands for common build frameworks, if the relevant files exist.