DEPRECATED -- DevSkim plugin for Sublime Text 3.
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DevSkim Sublime Plugin Deprecated
The DevSkim Sublime plugin has been deprecated. Original source code will continue to be available at this location, but no longer maintained.
The core DevSkim project and supported plugins for Visual Studio and VSCode are available at https://github.com/microsoft/devskim.
DevSkim Plugin for Sublime Text
The plugin implements a security linter within the Sublime Text editor, leveraging the rules from the DevSkim repository. It helps software engineers to write secure code by flagging potentially dangerous calls, and gives in-context advice for remediation.
The plugin requires Sublime Text 3 (build >= 3114), and will function on Windows, Linux, and MacOS.
Install this plugin using Package Control from Sublime Text. The package name
Alternatively, you can clone this repository into your Sublime Text “Packages” folder. For example, under Windows:
cd "%APPDATA%\"Sublime Text 3\Packages" git clone https://github.com/Microsoft/DevSkim-Sublime-Plugin.git DevSkim
MacOS: “ cd ~/"Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Packages” git clone https://github.com/Microsoft/DevSkim-Sublime-Plugin.git DevSkim
cd ~/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages git clone https://github.com/Microsoft/DevSkim-Sublime-Plugin.git DevSkim
Note if you are using the portable version of Sublime Text, the location will be different. See the [Sublime Text documentation](http://docs.sublimetext.info/en/latest/basic_concepts.html#the-data-directory) for more information. **IMPORTANT** If you already have a package called `DevSkim` installed, either remove this first, or clone this repo to a different folder. Using DevSkim ------------- By default, DevSkim will run as you type, highlighting code that fails a rule. If you click on a highlighted bit of code, you will see the rule in the status bar. You can run a full scan by pressing Ctrl-Shift-g, which will result in a popup showing all findings for the file. You can also choose `DevSkim: Analyze File` from the Command Palette. Platform support ---------------- #### Operating System: The plugin has identical behavior across Windows, MacOS, and Linux. #### Sublime Text Version: The plugin requires [Sublime Text 3](http://www.sublimetext.com/3) builds >= 3114. Settings -------- You can customize how DevSkim works through the `Settings -- User` menu item. If you change any settings, you should reload the DevSkim configuration, either by restarting Sublime Text or by running the command `DevSkim: Reload Configuration`. Rules System ------------ The plugin supports both built-in and custom rules: #### Built-In Rules Built-in rules come from the [DevSkim](https://github.com/Microsoft/DevSkim) repository, and should be stored in the `DevSkim-Common/rules` directory within the DevSkim package directory. Rules are organized by subdirectory and file, but are flattened internally when loaded. Each rule contains a set of patterns (strings and regular expressions) to match, a list of file types to apply the rule to, and, optionally, a list of possible code fixes. Information how writing rules can be found at [Writing-Rules](https://github.com/Microsoft/DevSkim/wiki/Writing-Rules)