Code Climate displays analysis results for commits authored by licensed members of your Organization only.
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When someone who doesn't belong to your Code Climate organization authors a commit, analysis results for this author will not be displayed, and you'll see the following message on:
- a pull request details link.
- a branch comparison page.
If this message is displayed for a commit that was authored by someone who doesn't belong to your Organization, you can easily invite them by clicking the "Invite" button. Or check out our doc on Inviting New Team Members.
There are a few things we recommend if the above message is displayed for a commit authored by a member of your organization:
You can either:
- update the Code Climate user name to match the author's
- update the Code Climate user email to match the author's
To verify the
git user.name and
user.email fields locally, you can run the following commands:
git config --global user.name git config --global user.email
Alternatively, for the
git user.name, you can reference the name mentioned in the UI message. (From the example above, that's "Scott Larkin")
With that, you can update either field (name or email) here on your Code Climate Profile page.
We also recommend that the Code Climate user is linked to the GitHub user that authored the commit.
If you're still seeing the "code analysis is not currently available" message, please contact our support team.
Updated about 4 years ago