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Validating Python Scripts using Bamboo

I have a lot of Python + Spark scripts in bitbucket, I use bamboo to do some variable replacement and deploy into a target environment.  I might need to validate the code using Pylint or sonarqube(not sure if Sonarqube will support python). any guidance on how to start with ?

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Hi! How are you doing?

In fact you could combine both Pylint and SonarQube.

You would have to install Pylint and Sonar Scanner in your Bamboo agent machine.

In your script you would have to call Pylint and then send the results to SonarQube using either the Sonar for Bamboo paid app (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1212756/sonar-for-bamboo?hosting=server&tab=overview) or the Sonar Scanner command line.

This page describes how to generate the Pylint report and how to inform SonarQube the path of it: https://docs.sonarqube.org/latest/analysis/languages/python/ 

Hope this helps!

The Sonarqube paid add has specific to Java. Do we have for Python?

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