Once you've signed up with your Github user, you'll see a grid with a row per repo and a column per tool. To [de]activate a tool for a repo, just click on its On/Off button.
When a tool is activated for a repo, a webhook will be added to that particular repository on Github. Then, each time somebody submits a pull request there, Gadget will check the PR's code with that tool and report any warnings as github comments.
Gadget will only check
Gadget's code is not open-source but it's build up using many open-source libraries like:
- Erlang Github
- Used to integrate with Github
- Used as a tool
- As the web server that provides both the site and the API to integrate with Github
- To be able to compile rebar based projects
- Xref Runner
- Used as the Xref tool
- Sumo DB
- Used for persistency (Gadget keeps track of subscriptions) with a Mnesia backend
- Used to be able to run tool checks concurrently
If you want to have your own version of Gadget to use on your private repos you can either build it on your own using the open source libraries mentioned above or feel free to contact us by mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or meet as at our open-source hipchat room