[GRADLE-2993] Add an option to pass "-quiet" to Findbugs plugin Created: 20/Jan/14 Updated: 02/Feb/17 Resolved: 02/Feb/17
Currently the Findbugs logs a lot of messages regarding Analyzing..., Scanning archives..., analysis passes, etc. These can be suppressed by adding -quiet to the command line or adding the following line to FindBugsExecuter:
The biggest issue is that some of these messages get picket as targets by Jenkins, which totally ruins the layout of the build report page.
I tried to override the FindBugsExecuter from the buildSrc, but it was not picked up.
|Comment by Chuck May [ 18/Apr/16 ]|
We are still struggling with this issue. If you have a --parallel build which runs Findbugs, then the log gets completely flooded with Findbugs messages.
[08:58:35] : [Step 1/1] Scanning archives (0 / 220)
This was detailed in this thread.
If you do not run in parallel, then those messages are not logged. Here is the last comment of the thread:
|Comment by Benjamin Muschko [ 15/Nov/16 ]|
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|Comment by Chuck May [ 15/Nov/16 ]|
I really hope this bug gets migrated to Github and looked at. This has been an issue for literally years and makes the logs very difficult to process.
|Comment by Benjamin Muschko [ 02/Feb/17 ]|
The work is now tracked here: https://github.com/gradle/gradle/issues/1307