I just downloaded the latest version of SonarQube to my Mac and wanted to test it on a few plugins I made (wordpress php plugins)
I got this error:
./sonar.sh console Running SonarQube... wrapper | --> Wrapper Started as Console wrapper | Launching a JVM... wrapper | JVM exited while loading the application. jvm 1 | The operation couldn’t be completed. Unable to locate a Java Runtime. jvm 1 | Please visit http://www.java.com for information on installing Java. jvm 1 | wrapper | JVM Restarts disabled. Shutting down. wrapper | <-- Wrapper Stopped
I also could not find any mentions on the quick setup guide of SonarQube or what version is required
Generally, can I safely install Java on my Mac or poses this some sort of Risk I would have to be aware of?
I commit from this machine to several repos and I would not want it to become somehow vulnerable.
Apologies ahead if I understand nothing of Java. Quite fond and knowledgeable of PHP and WordPress, and use CodeSniffer (PHP and WPCS) a lot, however Java is new territory for me
I would appreciate some feedback and perhaps a hint or two how to proceed.
I already tried the GitHub online integration, however given the repos are private, it asks me to pay, and I would like to test it first.
I already gave RIPS a spin but my code is OOP, so that tool does not really return a lot of useful results