The Best Git Static Analysis Tools (Linters/Formatters)

We rank 4 Git linters, code analyzers, formatters, and more. Find and compare tools like commitlint, GitGuardian ggshield, HasMySecretLeaked, and more. Please rate and review tools that you've used. This helps others find the best tools for their projects.

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commitlint

checks if your commit messages meet the conventional commit format

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GitGuardian ggshield

ggshield is a CLI application that runs in your local environment or in a CI environment to help you detect more than 350+ types of secrets, as well as other potential security vulnerabilities or policy breaks affecting your codebase.

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HasMySecretLeaked

HasMySecretLeaked is a project from GitGuardian that aims to help individual users and organizations search across 20 million exposed secrets to verify if their developer secrets have leaked on public repositories, gists, and issues on GitHub projects.

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OpenRewrite

OpenRewrite fixes common static analysis issues reported through Sonar and other tools using a Maven and Gradle plugin or the Moderne CLI.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are Git tools?

What are the best Git static analysis tools and linters?

The most popular Git tools ranked by user votes are: commitlint, GitGuardian ggshield, HasMySecretLeaked, OpenRewrite.

Which Git services are free for open source projects?

Commercial services with a free plan for open source include commitlint, GitGuardian ggshield, HasMySecretLeaked, OpenRewrite.

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