Analyze Java projects.

Analyze Java projects

Introduction

To perform the java source analysis, JDK8 or upper must be installed.
The analysis is done using this command line:
Windows:
>ScanypAnalyzer.exe  C:\work\MySourceFolder --identifier MyProject
Linux/Mac:
>./analyze.sh  /home/myuser/mysourcefolder --identifier MyProject
The --identifier switch is mandatory to define the project key, ScanypAnalyzer will get from the ScanypServer the configuration of this specific key if it's found, else a default configuration will be created in the server and it will be used by the ScanypAnalyzer for the analysis.

Supported entries

  • Source folder: The common way to analyze a java project is to parse its root folder.
    >ScanypAnalyzer.exe  C:\work\MyJavaFolder --identifier MyProject
        
  • Maven projects: To get automatically the project modules and dependencies you can analyze the project by giving its pom.xml file.
    >ScanypAnalyzer.exe  C:\work\myproject\pom.xml --identifier MyProject
        
  • IntellijIDEA: To parse a IntellijIDEA project, you can only give its root folder.
    >ScanypAnalyzer.exe  C:\work\MyJavaFolder --identifier MyProject
            
  • NetBeans: To parse a NetBeans project, you can only give its root folder.
    >ScanypAnalyzer.exe  C:\work\MyJavaFolder --identifier MyProject
            
  • Eclipse: To parse an Eclipse project, you can only give its root folder.
    >ScanypAnalyzer.exe  C:\work\MyJavaFolder --identifier MyProject
            

Scanyp offers a wide range of features. It is often described as a Swiss Army Knife for developers.

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