Dart Code Metrics
How to run static code analysis with Dart Code Metrics
Static code analysis scripts are added under
scripts in the overall architecture, before the build commands.
Codemagic is integrated with Dart Code Metrics, helping to improve code quality for projects utilizing dart files. With Dart Code Metrics, it is possible to report code metrics, define additional rules for your dart analyzer, and check for anti-patterns.
You can display Dart Code Metrics results visually in the build overview if you use an expanded form of the script in
codemagic.yaml. Just include the
test_report field with a glob pattern matching the test result file location. Make sure to write the results into a file called
If you have Dart Code Metrics added as an dependency to your project, you can run the following script in your
scripts: - echo 'previous step' - name: Dart Code Metrics script: | mkdir -p metrics-results flutter pub run dart_code_metrics:metrics analyze lib --reporter=json > metrics-results/dart_code_metrics.json test_report: metrics-results/dart_code_metrics.json
In case you do not have Dart Code Metrics as a dependency, you can enable it globally first, by running the following script:
scripts: - echo 'previous step' - name: Dart Code Metrics script: | flutter pub global activate dart_code_metrics mkdir -p metrics-results flutter pub global run dart_code_metrics:metrics analyze lib --reporter=json > metrics-results/dart_code_metrics.json test_report: metrics-results/dart_code_metrics.json
For Flutter projects it is recommended to replace the dart commands with flutter commands.
If you wish to configure Dart Code Metrics, add an
analysis_options.yaml file to your project as per the official documentation.