Questions and feedback
For SonarLint support questions ("How do I?", "I got this error, why?", ...), please first read the FAQ to learn how to get your logs, then head to the SonarSource forum and find your dedicated SonarLint channel. Before creating a new topic, please check if your question has already been answered because there is a chance that someone has already had the same issue.
When creating a new topic, please describe your issue with as much detail as possible. Please use this template:
- Which IDE version:
- Your operating system:
- Your SonarLint plugin version:
- Is Connected Mode used (Y/N):
- To which SonarQube version are you connected, or is it to SonarCloud:
- The programming language you’re coding in:
- The full stack trace of the error:
Be aware that the Sonar Community Forum is a community, and the standard pleasantries are expected (Hello, Thank you, I appreciate the reply, etc). If you don't get an answer to your thread, please wait for at least three days before bumping it. Operators are not standing by, but the Teams and Community Managers know that your questions are important.
If you would like to see a new feature, check out the PM for a Day page! There we provide a forum to discuss your needs and offer you a chance to engage the Product Manager and development teams directly. Feel free to add to an ongoing discussion or create a new thread if you have something new to bring up.
Please be aware that we are not actively looking for feature contributions. The truth is that it's extremely difficult for someone outside SonarSource to comply with our roadmap and expectations. Therefore, we typically only accept minor cosmetic changes and typo fixes.
With that in mind, if you would like to submit a code contribution, please create a pull request for in the appropriate SonarLint repository:
Please explain your motives to contribute the change, describe what problem you are trying to fix, and tell us what improvement you are trying to make. The SonarLint Team will review the PR and discuss internally how it aligns with the roadmap.
When preparing your code, please follow our code style and check that all tests are passing.
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