ca. 30% of our C++ source code is being developped in Linux (with Eclipse, gcc and make) for Linux. This is done in a Virtual Machine, that we cannot connect to the network.
The other code is Windows. So we’ve installed SonarQube on our Windows Server.
Is there a good way to scan my Linux-based C++ source code using Sonar Qube’s scanner on a Windows Server?
If so, where would I run the Build-Wrapper - when building in Linux or on Windows?
I’ve tried installing MinGW, but gcc wasn’t able to compile the source code, due to differences of the two operating systems and libraries. But all I want is the static code analysis of SonarQube anyway.
Do you have any ideas how to set up SonarQube for such a scenario?