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Code Climate open-sources its code-testing tools, a $2,000,000 gift!
Code Climate team just released an open source tool, command line based, to perform source code quality tests.
Code Climate today is also coming out with a new open-source command-line interface (CLI) through which developers can run checks locally on their own computers. In other words, you don’t have to upload your work to a remote repository like GitHub or Bitbucket to check your code if you don’t feel like it.
Not only is this big for the startup, but the changes could pose a challenge to other code-testing outfits, like bitHound, Codacy, and Scrutinizer.
Currently, 50,000 developers use Code Climate to analyze around 700 billion lines of code on any given weekday.
New York-based Code Climate announced a $2 million funding round in September.
The new tools are available here.