In addition, there are a few other items to note in the release:
- We’ve updated telemetry to send data on a daily basis and to include per-project and per-user anonymous information in order to get more regular and precise data about how SonarQube is used. (SONAR-17195, SONAR-17197).
- We’ve made a significant effort to reinforce the security of SonarQube, adding HTTP security headers, cookie flags, and more checks. (SONAR-17343, SONAR-15513). As usual, this version also includes some important security fixes.
- It’s now easier for you to connect SonarLint to SonarQube. The token configuration can be made in a few clicks. This is already available for VSCode, with the other IDEs coming soon. (SONAR-17436).
- We’ve made a lot of accessibility improvements on various project pages. (SONAR-17181, SONAR-16852, SONAR-16906, SONAR-16973, SONAR-17433, SONAR-17257).
- We’ve stopped providing the “PSR-2” or ”Drupal” Quality Profiles as default profiles for PHP, and recommend using the ‘Sonar Way’ profile. (SONARPHP-1324).
- To help you set up external authentication, we’ve reorganized the global administration section and improved the documentation a lot with more details for SAML. (SONAR-17232).
As usual, download is available at sonarqube.org. Docker images are also available on Docker Hub.
Vivek & Chris