Importing a Repository

If your repository is hosted on GitHub, it can be analyzed by Code Climate. This article will explain how to add a private repository to Code Climate and begin improving your code quality.

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If you're trying to add an open source GitHub repository, check out our Adding an Open Source GitHub Repository doc.

How to add a private GitHub repository

When your Code Climate user is linked to your GitHub user, adding your private GitHub repository takes only a few clicks.

  1. From your Dashboard, within the organization you want to add the repository to, click Add a Repository.
  2. Next to the repository you want to add, click Add Repo.

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Don't see your repository in the list?

  1. OSS repositories are only listed when you use the Open Source section of your account.
  • Private repositories are only listed when you add a repo to a private organization.

  • The repository must be owned or administered by your GitHub user.

  • If you've recently made changes to GitHub permissions, click Sync Now from your Add a Repository page.

  • If you don't see organization-owned repos, make sure that the organization has approved Code Climate as a third-party application.

  1. You're done! You'll see a "processing" indicator until our analysis is finished (which is usually within 5-15 minutes).

Related Issues

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If you're having trouble adding a repo or don't see your repo listed, please contact support.

Updated about a year ago

Importing a Repository


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