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findbugs - Static Java Code Analyzer


findbugs [general options] -textui [command line options...] [jar/zip/class files,


No files to be analyzed

General options:
-jvmArgs args
Pass args to JVM

-maxHeap size
Maximum Java heap size in megabytes (default=768)

-javahome <dir>
Specify location of JRE

General FindBugs options:

-project <project>
analyze given project

-home <home directory>
specify FindBugs home directory

-pluginList <jar1[:jar2...]>
specify list of plugin Jar files to load

set analysis effort level

lower priority of experimental Bug Patterns

ensure analysis effort is at least 'default'

same as -effort:min (for backward compatibility)

show list of available detector plugins

-userPrefs <filename>
user preferences file, e.g
/path/to/project/.settings/edu.umd.cs.findbugs.core.prefs for Eclipse projects

Output options:

set timestamp of results to be current time

-quiet suppress error messages

report long bug codes

display progress in terminal window

-release <release name>
set the release name of the analyzed application

report of any confidence level including experimental bug patterns

-low report warnings of any confidence level

report only medium and high confidence warnings [default]

-high report only high confidence warnings

-maxRank <rank>
only report issues with a bug rank at least as scary as that provided

Don't combine warnings that differ only in line number

sort warnings by class

XML output (optionally with messages)

-xdocs xdoc XML output to use with Apache Maven

Generate HTML output (default stylesheet is default.xsl)

-emacs Use emacs reporting format

Relaxed reporting mode (more false positives!)

Save training data (experimental); output dir defaults to '.'

Use training data (experimental); input dir defaults to '.'

-redoAnalysis <filename>
Redo analysis using configureation from previous analysis

-sourceInfo <filename>
Specify source info file (line numbers for fields/classes)

-projectName <project name>
Descriptive name of project

-reanalyze <filename>
redo analysis in provided file

-output <filename>
Save output in named file

analyze nested jar/zip archives (default=true)

Output filtering options:

-bugCategories <cat1[,cat2...]>
only report bugs in given categories

-onlyAnalyze <classes/packages>
only analyze given classes and packages; end with .* to indicate classes in a
package, .- to indicate a package prefix

-excludeBugs <baseline bugs>
exclude bugs that are also reported in the baseline xml output

-exclude <filter file>
exclude bugs matching given filter

-include <filter file>
include only bugs matching given filter

Exclude any bugs that match suppression filter loaded from fbp file

Detector (visitor) configuration options:

-visitors <v1[,v2...]>
run only named visitors

-omitVisitors <v1[,v2...]>
omit named visitors

-chooseVisitors <+v1,-v2,...>
selectively enable/disable detectors

-choosePlugins <+p1,-p2,...>
selectively enable/disable plugins

-adjustPriority <v1=(raise|lower)[,...]> raise/lower priority of warnings for given

Project configuration options:

-auxclasspath <classpath>
set aux classpath for analysis

read aux classpath from standard input

-auxclasspathFromFile <filepath>
read aux classpaths from a designated file

-sourcepath <source path>
set source path for analyzed classes

set exit code of process

output empty warning file if no classes are specified

-xargs get list of classfiles/jarfiles from standard input rather than command line

-analyzeFromFile <filepath>
get the list of class/jar files from a designated file

-cloud <id>
set cloud id

-cloudProperty <key=value>
set cloud property

-bugReporters <name,name2,-name3>
bug reporter decorators to explicitly enable/disable

print configuration and exit, without running analysis

print version, check for updates and exit, without running analysis

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