dbus is registered at coverity (https://scan.coverity.com/projects/dbus), at travis-ci (https://travis-ci.org/d-bus/dbus) and github (https://github.com/d-bus/dbus), which makes it possible to run coverity scans on a regular interval very easily. The related howto is located at https://scan.coverity.com/travis_ci
Currently the Coverity scans are run weekly by a job on jenkins.freedesktop.org, which I maintain. If you want to move the scans over to Travis-CI/GitHub, that would suit me; just let me know when to delete the jenkins.fdo job.
(In reply to Philip Withnall from comment #1)
> Currently the Coverity scans are run weekly by a job on
> jenkins.freedesktop.org, which I maintain. If you want to move the scans
> over to Travis-CI/GitHub, that would suit me; just let me know when to
> delete the jenkins.fdo job.
According to https://scan.coverity.com/travis_ci I need to get the coverity scan token, which should be at the "Configure Travis CI" tag.
Unfortunally, although I changed the git repo url to the github d-bus/dbus repo, this tab is not visible.
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