Dear Eclipse users,
you may have heard we recently introduced Quick Fixes in SonarLint for IntelliJ IDEs and for VSCode; I’m happy to announce that with this new release Quick Fixes are also available in Eclipse!
We’re starting with covering around 40 Java rules; more will come in the future and are also consider to cover additional languages ( you can have a look at SonarLint roadmap at www.sonarlint.org/roadmap ).
To apply a Quick Fix, you can use the keyboard shortcuts you are already used to if you already used built-in Eclipse quick fixes, or you can hover with the mouse over an issue.
EDIT: Please keep in mind that, if you use SonarLint in connected mode with SonarQube, you will need to have the latest SonarQube version (9.1) in order for quick fixes to work.
What’s more, one month ago we launched a new feature in SonarLint to detect and help developers avoid committing AWS (Amazon Web Services) secrets. With this version, we’ve added support for the following Cloud providers:
- Google Cloud
- Microsoft Azure Cloud
- IBM Cloud
- Alibaba Cloud
The release notes of this new version are here.