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README.md

Go Report Card Build Status License

Go Report Card

A web application that generates a report on the quality of an open source go project. It uses several measures, including gofmt, go vet, go lint and gocyclo. To get a report on your own project, try using the hosted version of this code running at goreportcard.com.

Sponsors

Support us over on Patreon!

Installation

Assuming you already have a recent version of Go installed, pull down the code with go get:

go get github.com/gojp/goreportcard

Go into the source directory and pull down the project dependencies:

cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/gojp/goreportcard
make install

Now run

make start

and you should see

Running on 127.0.0.1:8000...

Navigate to that URL in your browser and check that you can see the front page.

Command Line Interface

There is also a CLI available for grading applications on your local machine.

Example usage:

go get github.com/gojp/goreportcard/cmd/goreportcard-cli
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/gojp/goreportcard
goreportcard-cli
Grade: A+ (99.9%)
Files: 362
Issues: 2
gofmt: 100%
go_vet: 99%
gocyclo: 99%
golint: 100%
ineffassign: 100%
license: 100%
misspell: 100%

Verbose output is also available:

goreportcard-cli -v
Grade: A+ (99.9%)
Files: 332
Issues: 2
gofmt: 100%
go_vet: 99%
go_vet  vendor/github.com/prometheus/client_golang/prometheus/desc.go:25
        error: cannot find package "github.com/prometheus/client_model/go" in any of: (vet)

gocyclo: 99%
gocyclo download/download.go:22
        warning: cyclomatic complexity 17 of function download() is high (> 15) (gocyclo)

golint: 100%
ineffassign: 100%
license: 100%
misspell: 100%

Contributing

Go Report Card is an open source project run by volunteers, and contributions are welcome! Check out the Issues page to see if your idea for a contribution has already been mentioned, and feel free to raise an issue or submit a pull request.

Academic Citation

If you use Go Report Card for academic purposes, please use the following citation:

@Misc{schaaf-smith-goreportcard,
    author = {Schaaf, Herman and Smith, Shawn},
    title  = {Go Report Card: A report card for your Go application},
    year   = {2015--},
    url    = {https://www.goreportcard.com/},
    note   = {[Online; accessed <today>]}
}

License

The code is licensed under the permissive Apache v2.0 licence. This means you can do what you like with the software, as long as you include the required notices. Read this for a summary.

Notes

We don't support Go Report Card on Windows.

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