Trying to analyse Sonarqube from in Github PRs

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I have been trying to run Sonar scans at Github's Pull Requests from

The sequence is mentioned below:

  • PR is made
  • build is triggered
  • Gradle task is executed
  • Gradle's Sonar plugin with Drone's environment is run

This is the command used in Drone's build:

gradle/wrapper all sonarqube \
 -Dsonar.analysis.mode=preview \
 -Dsonar.github.pullRequest=$DRONE_BUILD_NUMBER \

I cannot find the PR ID in the Drone environment.

Can you resolve this query ?


Jun 27, 2018 in Git & GitHub by Atul
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1 answer to this question.

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Just try the below steps.The DRONE_PULL_REQUEST environment variable has the pull request number.

You can see a list of all environment variables by dumping them to your build logs. This can be done by adding the env command to your yaml:

    image: golang
      - env # dump environment variables

You will see something like this in your build logs:


Note that the pull request is only set when Drone is building a pull request hook. You can confirm this by looking at the build event environment variable.

I hope the above explanation will be helpful to you.

answered Jun 27, 2018 by shubham
• 6,890 points

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