Sonar Community Roundup, March 2 - March 8

Hello Sonar Community!

Like every week we want to spend some time saying thanks to everyone who prompted interesting discussions and gave us feedback on Sonar products that will help us continuously improve.



  • Being called out for your mistakes is one thing. Being called out for someone else’s is something else entirely. And we’ve been doing that for a while, as @Luiz_Soares pointed out because under some circumstances the SonarScanner for .NET adds deprecated properties to the analysis context. Apologies to everyone who’s gotten the (unwarranted) deprecation warnings. We’ll fix it with sonar-scanner-msbuild#1888.


With the release of

  • SonarLint for Eclipse 10.0
  • SonarLint for IntelliJ 10.4
  • SonarLint for VSCode 4.4

we have almost completely refactored each plugin. We spent the last several weeks manually testing everything and fixing bugs, but we knew there was a possibility users would face a few problems. We see the bug reports you’re turning in, and we’re grateful for them. We should have updates on them soon.

Language & Rule Improvements:

Once more, we extend our thanks to everyone mentioned here - and those we may have missed - for their efforts in strengthening this community and enhancing our Sonar products.

Please leave your own recognitions below – whether for another community member or a SonarSourcer who assisted you this week. If there’s someone you think should be acknowledged in next week’s roundup, don’t hesitate to let us know.

Colin, @ganncamp, and @leith.darawsheh


I look forward to this every week, Thank you most of all to our community, and @Colin, @ganncamp, and @leith.darawsheh enlightening and enjoyable.


Is it just me, or is that version missing? The latest version if can find is 4.3.0:

@bers you are right, SonarLint for VSCode 4.4 is not yet there, but it’s coming very soon :wink: