The Best Config File Static Analysis Tools (Linters/Formatters)
We rank 4 Config File linters, code analyzers, formatters, and more. Find and compare tools like Mega-Linter, dotenv-linter (Rust), gixy, and more. Please rate and review tools that you've used. This helps others find the best tools for their projects.
3 Config File Tools
Lightning-fast linter for .env files. Written in Rust
A tool to analyze Nginx configuration. The main goal is to prevent misconfiguration and automate flaw detection.
Linting dotenv files like a charm.
1 Multi-Language Tools
Mega-Linter can handle any type of project thanks to its 70+ embedded Linters, its advanced reporting, runnable on any CI system or locally, with assisted installation and configuration, able to apply formatting and fixes
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are Config File tools?
A configuration file is a file used to store configuration data for some computer software. It is used to set up the initial state of a program, or to change the state of a running program. The configuration file is usually a plain text file, but it may also be a binary file. The format of the file is determined by the program that uses it. The file is usually named with a .conf, .cfg, .ini, or .config extension.
What are the best Config File static analysis tools and linters?
The most popular Config File tools ranked by user votes are: Mega-Linter, dotenv-linter (Rust), gixy, dotenv-linter.
Which Config File services are free for open source projects?
Commercial services with a free plan for open source include Mega-Linter, dotenv-linter (Rust), gixy, dotenv-linter.